The Yamal LNG project is a MULTI-BILLION investment. What about the people operationalizing the project? We are on ice, in the far North, in the dark winter, investigating LNGSTS’ involvement in the Yamal LNG project. The Teekay podcast team interviewed some of the LNGSTS team – as well as the Teekay LNG operations team – about […]
It is truly exciting times at LNGSTS! As of March 13, 2019, we have completed more than 62 ship-to-ship transfer operations in Honningsvåg, Norway. Since operations began three months ago, we have transhipped an incredible 10 million cubic meters of LNG for our Yamal LNG partners at the edge of the Arctic Circle. Watch a full ship-to-ship operation between Teekay’s ARC7 LNG carrier Eduard Toll and the British […]
LNGSTS are currently contracted to carry out LNG ship-to-ship transfers in North Norway with our partners Tschudi. This is part of the wider Yamal project. The concept utilises Arctic-class LNG tankers to transport gas through the Barents Sea. When reaching Europe, cargo is then transferred to conventional tankers, which allows vessel to return to the Yamal terminal, reducing […]
The LNGSTS operated Al Sheikh Sabah LNG Terminal in Jordan completed its 150th LNGSTS transfer in late June. This brings the number of different vessels who have called at the terminal to 88, delivering over 21 million cubic meters of LNG into Jordan. The terminal also boasts an outstanding safety culture, operating LTI-free for over […]
LNGSTS were instrumental in facilitating the first STS break-bulk operation in Labuan. LNGSTS acted as full services providers utilising their fully owned KLAW STS kit. Check-out the video below!
LNGSTS were proud to host our first annual emergency ship to ship conference at Trinity House, London. The day focused around contingency planning and emergency requirements. This was a fantastic opportunity to demonstrate our capability, foster new partnerships and maintain our brand within the city. Over 50 delegates left the building having had an informative […]
LNGSTS were please to attend the 64th Panel Meeting of SIGTTO in London. A delegation from LNGSTS joined numerous other shipping professionals for the two-day event, discussing recent developments in the LNG industry and focusing on ways to further improve industry safety.
The 100th LNG cargo was received by the LNGSTS operated Al-Sheik Sabah LNG Terminal, Jordan. This constituted a total cargo volume of 10 million cubic meters delivered into the Jordanian national grid, helping to support business and development.