Singapore making strides in bunkering – SLNG CEO

By Sally Bogle 29 June 2017
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A tanker docked at Singapore LNG. (Shell) A tanker docked at Singapore LNG. (Shell)

John Ng is the chief executive of Singapore LNG Corp (SLNG). He spoke to Interfax Natural Gas Daily about the growing interest in the facility’s reload capability and the port’s aim to become an LNG trading hub.

Interfax Natural Gas Daily: SLNG has recently undertaken its first small-scale LNG reload, which it made for Shell. Why is this significant, and what other customers are showing an interest in your services?

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