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Axpo inks capacity deal with German LNG Terminal

Rate this article By LNG World News Swiss energy trading company Axpo and German LNG Terminal, the joint venture developing Germany’s first LNG terminal, have signed a heads of agreement for a long-term capacity deal at the facility in Brunsbuettel in northern Germany. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: LNG World News

AIDAnova bunkers LNG in Barcelona

Rate this article By LNG World News Carnival Corporation said that its Germany-based AIDA Cruises brand saw the arrival of the world’s first cruise ship powered by LNG, AIDAnova, in Barcelona, where it completed first liquefied natural gas bunkering in the Mediterranean. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: LNG World News

VIDEO: German influence in offshore wind

Rate this article By _Offshore_Energy_Today_ Offshore Wind in Germany has taken a remarkable development in the past decade. With the zero bids in the last tender round, also economics are very attractive. Many companies from Germany and have… … Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Energy Today

Orcan Energy’s World Premiere: First ORC-Plant Park in Myanmar

Rate this article Munich, Germany – March 26, 2019 – Orcan Energy, a leading manufacturer of energy efficiency solutions based on the proven Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) technology, and its joint venture partner VPower have reached a major milestone: In Myanmar, Southeast Asia, the world’s first 90-megawatt power plant fleet with 70 second-generation ORC products…

Top news of the week February 11-16

Rate this article By LNG World News German LNG Terminal inks new long-term supply deal German LNG Terminal, the developer of Germany’s first LNG terminal in Brunsbuettel, has reached another long-term commercial capacity agreement with an unnamed global LNG player. Yemen to resume production of LNG in 2019 The Government of Yemen intends to resume…

German LNG Terminal inks new long-term supply deal

Rate this article By LNG World News German LNG Terminal, the developer of Germany’s first LNG terminal in Brunsbuettel, has reached another long-term commercial capacity agreement with an unnamed global LNG player. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: LNG World News