The Government of Gibraltar and Lloyd’s Register signed an agreement to start work to scope requirements for an independent safety review on the plans for the power station and any LNG activity associated with it.
Lloyd’s Register will also work with HMGoG to advise on proposals for LNG bunkering which both parties agreed will be an important activity for Gibraltar as an international port over the next decade, LR informed in a statement.
The Government of Gibraltar has recently dismissed a report from Lloyds Register on the use of LNG as fuel in Gibraltar revealed by the opposition claiming that he information provided to Lloyds appeared to be totally different to the plans which are being assessed by the government.
“For that reason, the Lloyds report is into a fictional terminal, with assumptions made that are totally different to those which the government is working to,” the government said.
LNG World News Staff