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Woodside to build Australian LNG bunker capacity

The country’s largest liquefied natural gas producer, Woodside Energy, has announced plans to build LNG bunkering capacity and is tendering for an LNG bunker vessel. Australia, the home base for the world’s biggest mining companies BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto, overtook Qatar as the world’s largest LNG exporting country last year

Woodside's chief operations officer Meg O’Neill says talks have been ongoing with big miners to refuel ships plying Western Australia-Asia trade routes with LNG

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