Tag Archives: LNG

Port of Brownsville Steams Ahead 

The Port of Brownsville has been especially busy in recent years in reporting record annual revenues. (courtesy)

The Port of Brownsville is utilizing record revenue years leading up to COVID-19 to deal with the pandemic’s challenges. The port reported a record $25.4 million in annual revenue in fiscal year 2019. The figure tops the previous record from 2018 with continuous robust growth over the last six years. The port’s performance was recently recognized by Moody’s Investor Service, ranking the Port of Brownsville third among all U.S. ports…

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Three New LNG Projects Move Forward

The Port of Brownsville is one step closer to welcoming three new LNG projects with an investment totaling $38.75 billion. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved their proposals late last week during its monthly commission meeting.  “Today’s announcement is another significant milestone in making these energy projects a reality and is the result of years of hard work by the applicants,” said John Reed, chairman of the Brownsville Navigation District.…

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Keppel AmFELS to Build Hawaiian Vessels

LNG-fueled containerships in deal Keppel AmFELS in Brownsville will build two new LNG fueled containerships for Pasha Hawaii. The Honolulu-based based company is in the process of finalizing contract specifications. This may also include an option to order two additional vessels. According to a press release from the Port of Brownsville, the new vessels operate fully on LNG, therefore reducing environmental impact and increasing fuel efficiency. Other energy-efficient components include a…

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