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Floating storage regasification units are increasingly likely to be the go-to choice for new LNG import projects, given their lower cost, quicker time to come online and flexibility instead of their costlier onshore alternatives as countries pursue their decarbonization goals, according to Yoshikazu Kondo, General Manager of Mitsui OSK Lines’ offshore technical division.
LNG terminal operator Summit Asia Pacific plans to bring a second floating LNG import terminal online in Bangladesh in early 2026, with the new facility expected to boost the country’s LNG import capacity by 4 mtpa.
The Inpex-operated 8.9 mtpa Ichthys LNG plant in Darwin has withdrawn a tender to sell a cargo for delivery in June -July because of production problems, limiting available spot supplies amid planned and unplanned maintenance at other LNG plants.
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