A collaboration will ultimately result in lower energy prices
WILLEMSTAD - On Thursday April 7th the signing ceremony took place during which Aqualectra N.V. and Eagle LNG Partners LLC signed a Heads of Agreement, making this the first step towards negotiating durable gas supply which Aqualectra will then use for fueling the production of water and electricity in Curaçao. The negotiation period is projected to be finalized by mid-year, and after all necessary permits have been acquired, both parties will continue on with the developments that will make supplying of gas for Curaçao possible. This will result in lower production and maintenance costs, which ultimately means lower electricity and water prices for the people of Curaçao.
The creation of a 40-megawatt liquid natural gas fuel terminal was officially launched. The ribbon cutting ceremony took place at APUA’s Crabbs Peninsula site where the 40 mega-watts Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) Fuel Terminal project will be constructed and operated. This environmentally friendly initiative is expected to “not only positively impact the country’s environment as it will produce cleaner energy”, but will also “ascend Antigua and Barbuda to the forefront of this new cutting-edge technology in the Eastern Caribbean as the twin island will be the first Caribbean country in the sub-region that will use LNG fuel to power the country, sticking to the government’s commitment for greener energy”.
NGVAmerica recently released new collateral regarding Natural Gas as a clean-burning alternative fuel for vehicles. Natural gas powers more than 175,000 vehicles in the United States and roughly 23 million vehicles worldwide, this document spells out the benefits of NGVs in addition to providing an overview of natural gas vehicles.
Eagle LNG Partners (Eagle LNG) announced today it has entered into a long-term agreement with Barbuda Ocean Club in Barbuda, West Indies. Barbuda Ocean Club is committed to helping the island rebuild while protecting its fragile natural environment and preserving its distinctive culture. [...]
On Tuesday, 1 September 2020, the 18,000 DWT vessel transited the St. Johns River, calling at JAXPORT’s Talleyrand Marine Terminal, which serves Crowley Maritime Corporation. [...]
Last Friday, Eagle LNG Partners (Eagle LNG) celebrated the 100th bunkering event of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from its Talleyrand LNG Bunker Station, located at Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT), with Crowley Maritime (Crowley). [...]
The Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel (SGMF) has released a video explaining why Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) is currently the only viable solution available that can cut emissions from deep-sea shipping as newer, cleaner options are developed. [...]
Florida’s LNG industry has reached a watershed moment — new regulatory changes combined with the economic incentives surrounding liquefied natural gas has created a turning point at which Florida could become a hub for the burgeoning industry. [...]
Eagle LNG Partners is actively monitoring the risks posed by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) to our people and the communities in which we operate. [...]
Eagle LNG Partners LLC (“Eagle LNG”), announced today that it has selected Matrix Service Inc. (“Matrix Service”), a subsidiary of Matrix Service Company (Nasdaq: MTRX), for the engineering, procurement, fabrication and construction of a liquefied natural gas (“LNG”) export facility, to be built in Jacksonville, Florida. Eagle LNG's Jacksonville LNG Export Facility, which will require an investment of ~$500 million based on final design, will also utilize Chart Industries’ (Nasdaq: GTLS) IPSMR® technology and liquefaction equipment technology. [...]