LNG Prime officially launches

We are excited to announce the launch of LNG Prime, a digital news and marketing platform dedicated primarily to the liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry.

The platform gathers LNG and energy professionals from all over the globe offering expert daily content but also advertising opportunities.

We cover the entire spectrum of the industry including offshore and onshore fields, vessels, terminals, LNG as fuel, natural gas vehicles, and much more.

LNG Prime was founded by former Editor-in-Chief of Dutch-based LNG World News, Mirza Duran, and partners. Duran has developed and led LNGWN for years all until April/May 2020 when the platform stopped existing as a brand and a single website.

Besides the fact that we have previously created a leading LNG platform, the team behind LNG Prime has an extensive background in the (digital) LNG/energy industries.

During a period spanning two decades, our editors have published up to 100,000 articles garnering millions of views and social media interactions.

Based in the European Olympic city of Sarajevo, our team collaborates on a daily basis with a network of experts and professionals from all over the globe including the Netherlands, Denmark, the US, and China.

“This launch marks the first important step for LNG Prime as we work on further plans and additions to develop the world’s premier LNG news and marketing platform.

In addition, seems like we are launching at the right time as the industry starts to recover following an unprecedented year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. We have witnessed some interesting developments at the beginning of this year but also a surge in spot prices and shipping charter rates.

Hopefully, we’ll continue to see positive trends throughout 2021,” said Duran.

For any questions, please feel free to Contact Us via the website.

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