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Q-Flex LNG carrier on way to UK

Rate this article By LNG World News The UK’s South Hook liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal is scheduled to receive a cargo of the chilled fuel from Qatar next week. According to the port of Milford haven data, the Nakilat-owned Q-Flex LNG carrier Bu Samra is expected to dock at the South Hook terminal’s jetty…

Belgium books Qatari LNG cargo

Rate this article By LNG World News Fluxys-operated Zeebrugge LNG terminal in Belgium is set to receive a new cargo of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Qatar. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: LNG World News

Qatari LNG producers axing jobs

Rate this article By LNG World News Qatar’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) producers Qatargas and RasGas have reportedly started laying off staff as part of the plan to cut operating costs. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: LNG World News

Taiwan’s Jan-Sep LNG imports climb 12.7 pct

Rate this article By LNG World News Taiwan imported 12.55 million mt of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the first nine months of this year, up 12.7% from the same period a year before, according to the customs data. Qatar, the world’s largest LNG exporter remained the biggest supplier of the fuel to Taiwan in…

Picture of the day: 1st Q-Max at Dunkirk LNG terminal

Rate this article By LNG World News Al Dafna at the Dunkirk LNG terminal (Image courtesy of Dunkerque LNG)France’s Dunkirk LNG import terminal, the country’s fourth regasification facility, received its first ever Q-Max cargo from Qatar. The 266,366-cbm Al Dafna, one of the world’s largest LNG tankers, arrived at the EDF-operated terminal on Sunday, Dunkerque…

South Korea’s Oct LNG imports down 15 pct YoY

Rate this article By LNG World News Pyeongtaek LNG import terminal (Image courtesy of Kogas)Liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports into South Korea, the world’s second-largest buyer of the fuel, dropped 15 percent in October, according to the customs data. The country imported 2.76 million mt of LNG in October as compared to 3.25 million mt…

Pakistan FSRU consortium dissolves

Rate this article By LNG World News The consortium between Höegh LNG, Qatar Petroleum, Total, Mitsubishi and ExxonMobil formed to advance an LNG import project in Pakistan has been dissolved. “The consortium has spent considerable time and resources on finding its final form and structure,” Höegh LNG said on Thursday, adding that by mid-November no…