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Keppel Corp in talks with Golar on FLNG project for Tortue field


KEPPEL Corporation is in talks with liquefied natural gas (LNG) shipping company Golar LNG on floating LNG (FLNG) projects for the Tortue field located offshore in Mauritania and Senegal.

Golar said on Thursday that it had struck a preliminary agreement with BP to provide a FLNG unit for the oil major's Greater Tortue/Ahmeyin project development.

Of the four partners ...more

Pavilion Gas imports maiden LNG cargo for local use


PAVILION Gas, a subsidiary of Temasek-owned Pavilion Energy, has received its first liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo for use in Singapore after being awarded an importer licence.

The cargo, which arrived at the Singapore LNG terminal on April 7, was supplied by Qatargas under a spot contract, said Pavilion in a press statement.

The supercooled fuel will be regasified ...more

PCS opens US$80m naphtha import facilities on Jurong Island


PETROCHEMICAL Corporation of Singapore (PCS) on Wednesday marked the official opening of its US$80 million naphtha import facilities on Jurong Island, a project first announced two years ago in 2016.

PCS's newest installation includes eight storage tanks totalling some 240,000 cubic metres of capacity, a 120,000 deadweight tonnage (DWT) liquid berth capable of handling large ...more

SRC completes US$500m upgrade on Jurong Island


SINGAPORE Refining Company (SRC), the smallest of Singapore's three refineries, has completed its new petrol clean fuels facility and cogeneration plant on Jurong Island at the cost of US$500 million.

The project, which received final investment decision in 2014, has resulted in greater energy efficiency, higher-quality products and reduced emission of sulphur oxides, said ...more

SLNG terminal has enough capacity to replace piped gas if necessary: CEO


SINGAPORE'S liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal has completed a recent expansion and now has enough capacity to meet the city-state's total gas demand, even if it were to stop importing natural gas through pipes.

The five-year-old terminal is also retooling itself in various ways to serve the evolving LNG market, ahead of an anticipated take-off in LNG trading, bunkering, ...more