Russia’s Gazprom Neft is gearing up to start operations at the Kaliningrad floating storage and regasification unit terminal, the country’s first LNG import facility, with the 174,000 cu m vessel Marshal Vasilevskiy en route with a commissioning cargo loaded at the Singapore LNG terminal. The facility will add to Europe’s LNG demand and underscores the dependence of regions on seaborne gas supplies for energy security and diversification from pipelines. It also highlights how floating regasification systems are becoming instrumental in meeting gas demand due to their flexibility in deployment. The 174,000 cu m Marshal Vasilevskiy departed Ulsan port on November 11 and docked at the Singapore LNG terminal on November 16, where it loaded a cargo of LNG, according to Singapore-based traders and S&P Global Platts vessel tracking system cFlow . Marshal Vasilevskiy is a […]