LNG Prime brings you the five most popular news on our platform during the week of May 2-May 8, 2022.
1) Uniper confirmed it has signed a deal with Greece’s Dynagas to charter two floating storage and regasification units on behalf of the German government, as part of plans to diversify the country’s gas supply.
2) Floating player Hoegh LNG has signed deals with Germany to charter two floating storage and regasification units as the European country looks to reduce reliance on Russian gas.
3) NextDecade, the developer of the Rio Grande LNG export plant in Texas, said it has signed a deal to supply liquefied natural gas to French utility Engie.
4) Japan’s Kawasaki Heavy Industries has recently received basic design approval from compatriot classification society ClassNK for a for a large liquefied hydrogen carrier.
5) Energy Transfer, the developer of the proposed Lake Charles LNG export facility in Louisiana, has signed a long-term supply deal with a unit of energy and LNG trader Gunvor.