Pavilion Energy Imports First LNG Cargo for Use in Singapore

by Dan Murtaugh and Klaus Wille (Bloomberg) Singapore’s state-owned natural gas importer brought in its first cargo of a super-chilled form of the fuel for domestic use. Pavilion Energy Pte, owned by Singapore’s Temasek Holdings Pte, unloaded the liquefied natural gas cargo from the tanker Al Oraiq on Saturday. The vessel carried the fuel from Qatar, the world’s largest LNG … [Read more...]

BG Group and Keppel Win LNG Bunkering License in Singapore

BG Group and Keppel Offshore & Marine have secured a license to supply LNG bunkers to vessels in the Port of Singapore after submitting a joint bid to the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore. With the granting of the license, BG Group and Keppel will form a 50-50 joint venture to deliver an end-to-end bunkering solution using LNG sourced from BG Group’s LNG … [Read more...]

Singapore LNG Set to Get Cargo for Third Tank

By Chou Hui Hong July 27 (Bloomberg) -- Singapore LNG Corp., which operates the Asian city-state’s first receiving terminal, is set to get a liquefied natural gas cargo for its third tank delivered tomorrow by the vessel Wilpride. “We confirm that the Singapore LNG Terminal will be receiving a cargo of LNG that is not intended for import into Singapore,” SLNG’s spokesman … [Read more...]

Total Signs 10-Year Deal to Support Asian LNG Hub

Total announced today the signing of a 10-year LNG sale and purchase agreement with Pavilion Gas, the Singapore-based LNG distribution and trading house. Sourced from Total's global LNG portfolio, the company will provide 0.7 million tons per year (mtpa) of liquefied natural gas to Asia starting in 2018. Total notes that several LNG cargoes will be supplied prior to that … [Read more...]

Singapore to Become Asian LNG Hub by 2018 -Government

By Chou Hui Hong April 7 (Bloomberg) -- Singapore’s political neutrality and English-speaking workforce will help the city-state become an Asian hub for LNG trading, according to the government. “Singapore will become a LNG trading hub within the next five to 10 years,” Seah Moon Ming, chairman of government trade promotion agency IE Singapore, said in an interview on … [Read more...]