A series of free articles, interviews and content for Gas Asia Summit & Exhibition

The dynamics of LNG in Asia, and the development of a gas trading hub

Interview with ENGIE Global LNG: Discussing the main dynamics of LNG in Asia, the key requirements to create an Asian natural gas trading hub, as well as which natural gas pricing index is the most attractive in the market today.

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New technologies for a greener shipping industry: The world’s first LNG-powered bulk carrier

Interview with National Korea Maritime & Ocean University:: Under the slogan of “Greener Shipping”, a team of experts has gathered from POSCO-KOGAS-ILSHIN-Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (HMD)-Hyundai Heavy Industry (HHI)-KR-LR-MDT-GEC. They will strive for a greener shipbuilding and shipping through the project of LNG fuelled 50,000 dwt bulk carrier. This project was introduced by...

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LNG & gas industry to offer longer term business prospects for Singaporean companies

Despite challenging period for gas & LNG sector, Singaporean businesses across supply chain are being urged to continue to innovate and prime long term business prospects

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Creating an Asian Market for LNG – Introduction to FOB Singapore SGX LNG Index Group (‘SLInG’)

White paper by SGX: The emergence and growth of natural gas as a primary fuel source has been a key feature of the evolving global energy mix over the 20th century and into the 21st. While this change has run in parallel with a significant investment in pipeline transportation infrastructure throughout Europe and North America, this has not been the case in the Asia Pacific basin where...

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Will LNG be the future fuel for the maritime transport industry? DNV GL explains

Interview with DNV GL: The most important drivers and enablers for LNG to become a major fuel in the maritime sector are expanding regulatory emissions requirements, the ability to hedge fuel costs and the increasing availability of LNG infrastructure that enables bunkering of LNG fuel. In addition, the conventional global LNG market is currently oversupplied, providing incentives for...

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LNG future and challenges for Asia

Article by GAIL India: Most Asian countries will need to import more gas to meet demand growth, as production fails to grow at the same pace as consumption. Over the medium term...

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New emissions regulations indicate rise of LNG as marine fuel in Asia

Article by K&L Gates LLP: Given the restrictions implemented by International Marine Organization (IMO) requiring lower exhaust emission of sulfur oxides (SOx), nitrous oxide (NOx), particulate matter (PM), and carbon dioxide (CO2), there will necessarily be a movement towards...

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