LNG News

Coming to a port near you soon:

Not alone:

And here is the reversal:

The Norwegian-flagged LNG tanker HOEGH GALLEON left the Cheniere Energy’s Corpus Christi LNG export terminal with the company’s 100th cargo on Monday morning. The company’s CEO Jack Fusco told the Houston Chronicle that the tanker is headed to France and that the milestone shipment comes less than four years after the company’s first cargo was sent out from Sabine Pass LNG in Louisiana in February 2016.

What is the world coming to. Australia to IMPORT LNG??:

At least they could get the LNG from West Australia, not from a foreign supplier. (??)

I forgot; that is not possible because there are no Aussie LNG carriers and foreign ships are not allowed in domestic trade, (Familiar??)

What is “Carbon Neutral LNG”??:

And how do you sell it if it doesn’t exist??:

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First of the new batch of fifteen Arc7 LNG carrier under construction at Samsung Heavy Industries in South Korea Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex in Russia: