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  1. LNG fleet increases in size and capabilities

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    Mon, 2 Jun 1997

  2. MARAD TO SELL LNG TANKERS

    The U.S. Maritime Administration (Marad) and several companies have agreed to settle a dispute centering on ownership and sale of three liquefied natural gas tankers. Marad's agreement covering the Arzew, Southern, and Gamma vessels is with units of Royal Dutch/Shell Group, Argent group, and Cabot ...

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    Mon, 1 Oct 1990

  3. LNG tanker designs hold key to Russia’s Arctic gas reserves

    Evolving LNG vessel designs and operating strategies could help industry players tap Russia’s huge Arctic resources by conquering the area’s extremely cold winters and icebound seas.

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    Mon, 28 Aug 2006

  4. Caribbean LNG project marks progress; LNG tanker launched

    The dome for Tank No. 1 of Atlantic LNG's Trinidad project was installed late last month as the 18-month old project moves toward start-up in 1999. [10,854 bytes] The LNG carrier Aman Sendai was launched earlier this year for service between Malaysia and the Japanese city of Sendai. [9,474 bytes] ...

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    Mon, 20 Oct 1997

  5. Events drive up oil-tanker rates; LNG tankers move into new role

    Events of the past year have surprised oil tanker owners and charterers alike with higher-than-expected rates.

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    Mon, 18 Dec 2000

  6. Statoil ASA places order for its first LNG tanker

    Statoil ASA and five partners have ordered the first of three specialized tankers to transport Europe's first LNG to the US market. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries will build it in Japan, at a cost of 1.5 billion kroner.

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    Wed, 12 Dec 2001

  7. MARAD REJECTS SHELL'S LNG TANKER BUY PLAN

    The U.S. Maritime Administration has rejected Shell International Petroleum Co.'s offer to purchase three liquefied natural gas tankers. The tankers, built with U.S. government subsidies, were designed to move Algerian gas to the U.S., but project sponsors defaulted, and Marad took possession of ...

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    Mon, 19 Mar 1990

  8. El Paso unveils shipboard LNG regasification system at OTC

    El Paso Global LNG Co. has unveiled an innovative concept featuring LNG tankers that could also regasify their cargoes and deliver as much as 400 MMcfd into pipelines from miles offshore.

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    Mon, 13 May 2002

  9. LNG arrives at two new US terminals

    Two LNG tankers arriving along the upper Texas Gulf Coast within 5 days of each other are delivering commissioning cargoes for two new LNG terminals, one in Louisiana and one in Texas.

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    Mon, 21 Apr 2008

  10. KENAI-TOKYO LNG TRADE TO INCREASE

    Phillips 66 Natural Gas Co. and Marathon Oil Co. plan to step up shipments of Alaskan liquefied natural gas to Japan. The two companies signed a letter of intent with Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Ltd., Tokyo, for construction of two LNG tankers , each with a capacity of 87,500 cu m. One is ...

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    Mon, 22 Jan 1990

  11. NORTH AMERICAN LNG TERMINALS-1: East Coast terminal projects buck resistance, move ahead

    At mid-2006, the crowded picture of North American LNG import capacity was beginning to clear.

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    Mon, 28 Aug 2006

  12. South China Sea

    As the engineer for Phillips Petroleum Co.'s Kenai, Alas., LNG plant, I spend a lot of time explaining to people the risks and benefits of LNG.

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    Mon, 15 Nov 1999

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