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  • Interview with Andrew Clifton, General Manager and Chief Operating Officer, SIGTTO
In a recent IGU report it is estimated that close to 50 FSRUs could be in operation by 2025 with the capacity to import close to 200 mtpa, which was 60% of the world’s LNG production in 2016. 
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  • Contributed by: Sveinung J. S. Støhle, ​​​​President and Chief Executive Officer, Höegh LNG
LNG supply is growing rapidly on the back of expanding production capacity and will increase by another 100 million tonnes or 35% by 2020.
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  • Contributed by: Hannah Burk, Director of Proprietary Natural Gas Products, Genscape
With over 60 thousand commercial vessels active around the world, the market for LNG bunkering is vast and largely untapped.
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GDF Suez and project partner Marubeni have chartered what will be the world’s largest floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) when it starts up, for an LNG import project in Uruguay.
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Petronas has awarded the engineering procurement, construction, installation and commissioning (EPCIC) contract for its second floating LNG (FLNG) project.
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A significant innovation at the Gastech exhibition is a series of free-to-attend theatres dedicated to delivering knowledge, education and awareness of technological innovations in natural gas.
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Petrobras, Brazil’s national oil and gas company, has started up the nation’s third LNG import terminal, taking combined regasification capacity to 41 MMcm/d – almost one-and-a-half times Brazil’s capacity to import pipeline gas from Bolivia.
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One of the world’s first floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) LNG projects has reached a significant milestone with the start of the laying of its keel.
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A significant innovation at the Gastech exhibition is a series of free-to-attend theatres dedicated to delivering knowledge, education and awareness of technological innovations in natural gas. 
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Germany utility company E.ON has developed a novel technology that provides a possible answer to a pressing question: what to do with surplus wind-generated electricity when the wind is blowing strongly but demand is low?
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These are exciting times for the LNG industry with new technologies being  adopted for liquefaction and regasification, and as LNG is increasingly used in small-scale applications, particularly in transportation.