Shell Restarts LNG Loadings from Prelude
01.02.2024 By Tank Terminals - NEWS

January 2, 2024 [Offshore Engineering]- Shell said on Thursday it has resumed loading liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes from its Prelude facility offshore Australia following major maintenance.


The giant floating LNG production facility located some 475 km (300 miles) off the west coast of Australia started maintenance in August following a string of operational issues.

“LNG cargoes have resumed from Shell’s Prelude Floating Liquefied Natural Gas (FLNG) facility following a major facility turnaround commenced in August,” a spokesperson told Reuters in a statement.

“LNG tanker Orion Bohemia has loaded at Prelude … vessel is now heading away north,” said Alex Froley, LNG analyst at data intelligence firm ICIS.

Last loading from Prelude was for the LNG vessel Methane Becki Anne on August 19, he added.


Pro Trial: Access 12,600 Tank Terminal and Production Facilities

12,600 tank storage and production facilities as per the date of this article. Click on the button and register to get instant access to actionable tank storage industry data

PetroVietnam Gas to Launch LNG Trucking Business
03.04.2024 - NEWS
March 4, 2024 [LNG Prime]- PetroVietnam Gas, a unit of state-owned PetroVietnam, will this month ... Read More
Three Firms Join Forces on $3.3 Billion LNG-to-Power Project in Philippines
03.04.2024 - NEWS
March 4, 2024 [LNG Prime]- Power companies Meralco PowerGen, Aboitiz Power, and San Miguel Global... Read More
OPEC+ Members Extend Oil Output Cuts to Second Quarter
03.04.2024 - NEWS
March 4, 2024 [Reuters]- OPEC+ members led by Saudi Arabia and Russia agreed on Sunday to extend ... Read More
Russia Says to Deepen Oil Output Cuts While Easing Export Limits
03.04.2024 - NEWS
March 4, 2024 [Reuters]- Russia will cut its oil output and exports by an additional 471,000 barr... Read More