Golar LNG goes ahead with second FLNGV conversion; Panama Canal Board approves new port


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Industry News
Golar LNG goes ahead with second FLNGV conversion
Golar LNG Limited says that it has executed and made effective agreements for conversion of a second Moss Liquefied Natural Gas carrier to a floating liquefaction facility (FLNGV).

NYK cops plea in price fixing case
NYK is the third company to agree to plead guilty in this investigation, bringing the total agreed-upon fines to over $135 million.

Panama Canal Board approves new port
The two-phased port project will include the construction of a 2,081-linear-meter-dock, a container yard, offices and warehouse facilities within a 120-hectare area owned by the Panama Canal.

Marine Hydraulics gets $7.1 million Navy contract mod
The scheduled availability includes the planning and execution of maintenance, repairs and modifications that will update and improve the ship’s military and technical capabilities.

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