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Kogas, DNV to cooperate on South Korea LNG bunkering study

Korean state-owned utility Kogas and DNV have announced they will cooperate on a feasibility study with the aim of creating an LNG bunkering facility in South Korea, the companies announced on Monday.
By Staff reporter 23 January 2013 0 3808

Korean state-owned utility Kogas and DNV have announced they will cooperate on a feasibility study with the aim of creating an LNG bunkering facility in South Korea, the companies announced on Monday.

DNV will examine the possibility of implementing LNG bunkering in the Pusan port in southeast South Korea and in the Incheon and Pyeongtaek ports in the west of the country.

The aim of the project would be to address LNG distribution and shipping needs in South Korea, where the utilisation of LNG as a transport...