LR developing safe LNG bunkering in Portshmout

LR developing safe LNG bunkering in Portshmout

Lloyd’s Register (LR) has commenced a project to identify the technical specifications and develop operating ...

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APPEA: Natural Gas Is Safe Energy Source

Comments made by the Australian Medical Association (AMA) suggesting natural gas from coal seams poses a risk to ...

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Cummins Westport Receives SAFE Advanced Technology ...

Cummins Westport announced that it is receiving one of the inaugural “Energy Security Prize” Advanced Technology ...

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DNV GL Recommends Ways to Make LNG Bunkering Safe, Norway

One of the key hurdles to the increased global use of ships fuelled by Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) is the lack of ...

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VIDEO: LNG – the Safe Fuel

Westport posted an interesting video illustrating how liquefied natural gas (LNG) is the safest legacy fuel ...

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Equatorial Guinea LNG Reaches 1 Mln Safe Work Hour Milestone

On May 28, 2013, EG LNG reached the significant milestone of working 1 million hours with no recordable injuries. ...

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China: Research Project on Safe Application of LNG ...

Research Project on Safe Application of LNG Vessels Starts

In the afternoon on 27 July, the Maritime Safety Administration of the People’s Republic of China and the National ...

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Origin Says Treated CSG Water Safe (Australia)

Origin Says Treated CSG Water Safe

Contrary to ABC online reports, Origin today confirmed that the quality of treated coal seam gas water consistently ...

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Fluor: Houston Office Achieves 100 Million Safe Hours (USA)

  Fluor Corporation announced today that its Houston, Texas, office recently achieved the significant safety ...

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RasGas Celebrates 20 Million Hours of Safe Work (Qatar)

RasGas Company Limited’s Operations Group (Onshore) recently achieved 20 million man hours without a single ...

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USA: Coast Guard Says Waterway Safe for Calais LNG

The Coast Guard recommended Tuesday to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission that the waterways associated with ...

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