Newly listed partnership is bullish about LNG prospects
- Master limited partnerships rise above market gloom
- GasLog seals dropdown of duo to spin-off
- Time to let off steam?
Restricted access to international credit is hitting Russian firms, says energy...Sovcomflot starts cutting steel for the first...
Japanese carrier predicts it will add about 20 vessels for sailing via expanded...NYK set to receive LNG newbuilding in 2018...
Golar Seal arrival marks Vilnius' bid to break its dependence on Russian piped gasHöegh LNG extends charter for vintage vessel...
South Korean builder continues recent run of orders in the sectorFredriksen share purchase triggers Flex LNG takeover bid
Net profit for nine month period hits $225m
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DryShips' Economou continues to command attention
Move suggests that Fredriksen is not stepping back from gas carrier business despite reducing Golar LNG stake
- Fredriksen runs out of gas
- Golar LNG issues shares to tempt staff to stay
- Frank Chapman takes over from Fredriksen at Golar LNG
Qatari LNG shipowner shows consistent profitability, says S&P
Ship will be owned by NYK subsidiary Tea Tree Shipping
LNG export hub scheduled to come on line in 2017 could cost up to $3.8bn
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