Contributed by: PaulLim, Editor, The Petrochemical Standard
Falling Brent crude prices are dampening the business case for using liquefied natural gas (LNG) as bunker fuel, but there is still a case to be made, shipping consultants from DNV GL told TPS on the sidelines of APAC
Contributed by: GavinSutcliffe, Head of Content, Global Energy Conferences & Gastech
Have a look at the infographic to find out the top 10 challenges facing LNG shipping today. As we may have missed some challenges that you think are equally as important as those listed, please let us know your thoughts by commenting below.
LNG carriers (LNGCs) wanting to use the enlarged Panama Canal when the multi-billion dollar expansion project is completed at the end of next year will for the most part require modifications before they undertake the transit.
Wylie Spicer, QC, Norton Rose Fulbright, looks at two key components affecting LNG terminal construction process the TERMPOL review and the Navigable Waters Act. Covering environmental issues as well as pilotage and competence concerns these two pieces
Future of LNG as Marine Fuel Looks Bright Seoul, 26 March 2014 – Liquid natural gas (LNG) could power the ships of the future in an eco-friendly manner if the marine industry takes the lead in the face of competitors tapping into the same energy source