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Title: The Brunei-Japan LNG Project A- Progress Report
Author: John E. Jenkins
Source: American Gas Association 1971
Year Published: 1971
Abstract: THE voyage, in February 1959, of the Methane Pioneer, a converted dry cargo vessel of 2.200 tons, from Lake Charles, Louisiana, to the British Gas Councils reception facilities at Canvey Island, Essex, was the first transoceanic movement of LNG and paved the way for the development on a commercial scale of oceangoing LNG transportation. Since that historic voyage a number of projects based on ocean transport of LNG have been developed, some being in operation today, while others will be coming onstream in the near future.