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  • Contributed by: Jippe van Eijnatten, Director Business Development, Titan LNG
Titan LNG is the proud leader for LNG bunkering in the wider ARA-region (Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp) and has built up a track record globally by carrying out the largest LNG bunkering operations to date.
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  • Contributed by: Gregorio Oberti, Partner, National LNG & Cleantech Leader, PwC Canada
  • Contributed by: Christelle Abou Saab, Senior Associate, Deals, Capital Projects & Infrastructure, PwC Canada
  • Contributed by: Jonathan Hordo, Director, Deals, Capital Projects & Infrastructure, PwC Canada
A few years ago, I was approached with the opportunity to launch an initial offering of a Project Finance course at the University of Calgary - this was my first foray into the challenge of teaching.
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  • Interview with Doug Stout, VP Market Development & External Relations, FortisBC
Gastech Insights sat down with Douglas Stout, VP Market Development at FortisBC at 2019's Canada Gas & LNG Exhibition and Conference in Vancouver to discuss what impact IMO 2020 will have on the uptake of LNG as a field, how FortisBC intends to ach
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  • Contributed by: Sarah Smith, director of natural gas for transportation, regional LNG and Renewable Natural Gas, FortisBC
FortisBC, one of British Columbia (BC), Canada’s largest energy providers, serves over 1.2 million residential, commercial and industrial customers across the province with natural gas, electricity, propane and other integrated energy solutions includi
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  • Contributed by: David Stenning, Chief Operating Officer, GEV Canada Ltd.
  • Contributed by: John Fitzpatrick, Chief Operating Officer, GEV Canada Ltd.
Figure 1: The new CNG Optimum Ship (200 MMSCFD capacity)
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  • Contributed by: Daniel Leonard, Vice President, Westmar Advisors Inc.
Newly upgraded Spirit of Vancouver Island joins Spirit of British Columbia off Tsawwassen terminal – both vessels now operating on liquefied natural gas.
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  • Contributed by: Shubham Vashist, Vessel Operations, LNG Shipping Professional, Canpotex
Due to limited access to the international market, Alberta’s natural gas is sold at a significantly discounted rate ($1.76 per MMBtu).
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  • Contributed by: Aditya Aggarwal, Director, ABS Global Gas Solutions
Stricter sulphur emissions limits for ships has resulted in increased popularity of gas as fuel for shipowners looking to comply with environmental regulations within Emission Control Areas. Additionally, floating gas-to-power units promise to fill the

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