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One thing for sure LNG has caught the attention of the world, is forcing innovation, investment, savings and, some frustration.

ASIAN PRICES FOR liquefied natural gas have fallen to their lowest levels since April 2011.  Is this temporary or long term trend as the race for LNG development continues around the world.  Georgia Straight, July 4 2014 READ MORE


BC Ferries awards $165-million contract for LNG-powered vessels to Poland

Wilson (VP Engineering BC Ferries Corp) said the company spent $126 million on diesel fuel last year but —based on numbers crunched internally — the LNG-powered ferries could cut that cost in half. Business in Vancouver, July 3 2014 READ MORE


Ships with the right equipment

can also liquefy the natural gas, offering an option that its advocates say can be done more cheaply and quickly. Kansas Star City Star, July 5, 2014 Read More


Producers are investing in shipping

Hudong inks LNG quartet, Tradewinds July 4, 2014 READ MORE

Singapore Shipyard Gets Slice of Billion Dollar Floating LNG Business, Money Beat, July 5, 2014 READ MORE


Premier’s LNG Dreams Given Reality Check By Japanese Expert

“In North America, there are a number of planned or undergoing LNG projects that are expected to start supplying Asian markets in 2016 or 2017… Canadian LNG projects are expected to become available for the market sometime around 2020…. There’s a very severe competition in the Asian market right now.” Tyee, Jun 30 2014 READ MORE

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