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2014 Media Kit


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Gate LNG terminal to add fuel distribution facilities

Reuters | July 03, 2014 | Energy | Maritime

Dutch gas network operator Gasunie and tank storage service provider Vopak will expand their Gate liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Rotterdam to help increase the use of LNG as a transport fuel, the two companies said on Thursday. Read More »

Libya declares oil crisis over after state reclaims ports

Reuters | July 02, 2014 | Energy | Maritime

Libya’s acting Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni said the government had reached a deal with a rebel leader controlling oil ports to hand over the last two terminals and end a blockade that crippled the OPEC nation’s petroleum industry. Read More »

Libyan rebels to reopen two remaining oil terminals

Reuters | July 01, 2014 | Energy | Maritime

Libyan rebels blockading key eastern oil ports have agreed to reopen the remaining two terminals at Es Sider and Ras Lanuf on Wednesday, a rebel spokesman said, in a “goodwill gesture” that could restore a big part of the OPEC country’s lost exports. Read More »

Brent rises above $114 on Iraq and supply concerns

Reuters | June 24, 2014 | Energy | Maritime | International Trade

Brent crude held above $114 a barrel on Tuesday, supported by continued fighting in Iraq, supply disruptions in Libya and expectations of a decline in U.S. crude inventories, while U.S. crude prices dipped slightly. Read More »

Green groups urge U.S. agency to halt approving gas export projects

Reuters | June 23, 2014 | Energy | Maritime | International Trade

Environmentalists on Monday protested at the headquarters of the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, calling on the agency to stop approving liquefied natural gas export facilities until the climate change impacts of the projects are better understood. Read More »

June marks 50th anniversary launch of the first commercial liquefied natural gas tanker

AJOT | June 19, 2014 | Energy | Maritime | Liner Shipping

The world's first purpose-built liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier, the Methane Princess, entered service 50 years ago, in June 1964. Since then, the global LNG carrier fleet has grown to include 357 ships, with an average capacity of 150,000 cubic meters of LNG per ship (approximately 3,300 million cubic feet (MMcf) of natural gas), more than five times larger than the capacity of the Methane Princess. Read More »

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