Top News of The Week August 12-18, 2013

Yemen LNG - usine LNG à Balhaf -the cargo Seri Balhaf in berthing before the loading Lng/jetty/plant/aerial view

USA: Air Products Hits Milestone of 100 LNG Heat Exchangers

Adorned with a banner appropriately marking the milestone occasion, Air Products’ APD employees at its Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania manufacturing facility said bon voyage to the shipment of its 100th coil wound heat exchanger today.

Yemen LNG Denies Attack on Balhaf Terminal

Yemen LNG has reported in a statement that the company has learned from media reports that suspected al Qaeda militants killed four Yemeni soldiers in their sleep early on Sunday in an attack on forces guarding the country’s only liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal.

China: CNOOC Gets Nod for FLNG Project

CNOOC’s gas and power unit said it has received approval from China’s National Development and Reform Commission for the country’s first FLNG project, which will be located in the port city of Tianjin.

LNG Ship to Ship Transfer Starts in Scapa Flow, UK

A ship to ship transfer operation involving liquid natural gas has commenced in Scapa Flow on Monday.

Picture of the Day: PGN FSRU Lampung

Höegh LNG of Norway posted a picture of the company’s newbuilding “PGN FSRU Lampung” under construction at Hyundai Heavy Industries in Ulsan, Korea.

LNG World News Staff, August 18, 2013; Image: Yemen LNG

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