LNG Prime celebrates second anniversary

LNG Prime, the world’s premier LNG news and marketing platform, is celebrating its second anniversary since its launch in January 2021.

The team behind LNG Prime would like to thank all our readers, collaborators, advertising partners, and sources for helping us to create the premier digital platform for the LNG industry and also for other gaseous fuels such as hydrogen (ammonia).

Our website now logs about 50,000 visitors and 90,000 page views per month.

Also, we send more than 2,800 newsletters each working day to our worldwide readership while our LinkedIn page has almost 38,000 followers.

“We have accomplished so much in just two years by providing market-leading coverage that you can not find on any other platform,” Mirza Duran, founder of LNG Prime, said.

“Our team has worked very hard to create and maintain this independent hub and our goal is to keep the news free of charge, unlike most of our peers,” he said.

“As the project keeps growing and expanding, it is essential that we have continued support from the industry as well. I am using this opportunity to invite companies and institutions to partner with us,” Duran said.

We will be offering discounts on our advertising services during February as part of our anniversary celebrations.

Please download our media kit and write to us via [email protected].

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