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The latest oil, gas and petrochemicals storage news
Mammoet has been named as the unloading, transportation and installation contractor for the Arctic LNG 2 project.
Matrix Service has announced that it has been awarded an EPC contract for an LNG peak shaving facility in the US.
PitPoint.LNG’s renovated LNG station now has four times more LNG storage capacity in order to meet the increasing demand for LNG.
Wärtsilä has announced that it has completed delivery of three regasification modules for China’s first new built LNG FSRU.
PGNiG has started work on projects looking to use hydrogen for power generation and automotive applications.
TMC Compressors of the Seas (TMC) has won a contract from Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co. Ltd (SWS) to supply the marine compressed air system to a newbuild FPSO.
CEDIGAZ notes that global gas demand growth slowed last year, resulting in a growing LNG surplus and much lower prices.
Petrofac has secured UK renewals totalling US$100 million for an offshore vessel, development project, and terminal.
The EIA has reported that India’s LNG imports will rely upon the completion of connecting pipelines in order to grow.