Exportaciones de petróleo de Irak suben en diciembre hacia niveles récord

 

 

 

Reuters

martes 23 de diciembre de 2014 10:22 GYT

 

 

 

Por Alex Lawler

LONDRES (Reuters) - Las exportaciones de petróleo de Irak están aumentando hacia niveles récord en diciembre, según datos de carga y fuentes de la industria, en momentos en que el segundo productor de la OPEP está bombeando mayores volúmenes pese a que el crudo está cotizando cerca a mínimos de cinco años.

El incremento se sumará a los abundantes suministros y podría preocupar a otros miembros de la Organización de Países Exportadores de Petróleo incapaces de expandir sus exportaciones y afectados por la caída en los ingresos petroleros tras un descenso de casi un 50 por ciento en los precios desde junio.

Las exportaciones desde las terminales del sur de Irak

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LNG Fuel-Ready Vessel Guide Helps Prepare for Conversion to LNG Fuel

 

 

 

December 9, 2014

 

Companies involved in the design, construction and operational maintenance of marine-related facilities now have a new resource to help them prepare new ships for future conversion to gas propulsion: the ABS Guide for LNG Fuel Ready Vessels.

The guide formalizes the process of planning for conversion to LNG fuel at a future date by providing a detailed approval process and a notation that clarifies the extent to which a vessel is LNG fuel ready. It includes a

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Tallink Orders "New Generation" Energy Efficient LNG Ferry

 

 

 

 

 

Friday December 12, 2014

The ship will cost €230 million and hold 2800 passngers.

Estonian shipper AS Tallink Grupp has ordered a "New Generation" liquefied natural gas (LNG) car-passenger ferry for its Tallinn-Helsinki route, the company announced

Tallink said that it had signed an agreement with Meyer Turku Oy to construct the 2800-passenger capacity LNG vessel for roughly €230 million. ($284.6 million)

The ship, in addition to complying with upcoming sulfur regulations, was also designed for energy efficiency and increasing recycling utilisation. 

We have a good understanding of customer expectations and know what needs improvement

Janek Stalmeister, Board Member, Tallink

"As the market leader and a long time operator on the

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K Line Finds Work for Its Newly Ordered LNG Carrier

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

K Line Finds Work for Its Newly Ordered LNG Carrier

Japan’s shipping company Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (“K” Line) has signed a long-term time charter contract for a new 164,700m3 Moss type LNG carrier with domestic utility company Chubu Electric Power Co.

“K” Line said that it has also executed a separate shipbuilding contract with Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) for the vessel.

Chubu Electric is involved in the construction as well as the operation of Freeport LNG in Freeport, Texas.

The freshly ordered LNG carrier is intended to engage in the transport of LNG from the project located in State of Texas in the United States, the company added.

“K” Line already executed a long-term time charter contract for a vessel having identical specifications with Chubu Electric in April 2013.

The second vessel is planned for delivery by the end of 2016.