Boil-off gas risk increases with the frequency of cargo transfers, which will ramp up as LNG gains traction as a marine fuel. It dents profit margins and can contribute to higher greenhouse emissions if there is no mechanism in place to recycle the escaped gas
Singapore-based LNG Easy will invest $200 million this year to develop a first-of-its kind system in Pakistan to use trucks and rail to move LNG
Pakistan government granted licences to two private firms to supply LNG through cryogenic bowzers to consumers living off the grid.
The Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority granted provisional licences of virtual LNG pipelines to two private companies — Daewoo Gas and LNG Easy — for supply of the fuel through bowsers to consumers outside the gas network.
Chinese major is backing deal formed with Karachi Port Trust and Pakistan Railways
LNG Easy, a unit of LNG Easy Singapore, is eyeing the development of Pakistan’s first-ever virtual LNG pipeline.
Break-bulk LNG infrastructure development looks set to take off in Pakistan following the start-up of a small-scale project in Myanmar earlier this year.
LNG Easy’s He Yiyong says industry and consumers need cheaper, faster solutions to reach downstream buyers
Carried out by LNG Easy which also built and supplied the MFP.