The SLNG Terminal completes the first cargo reload for the FueLNG Bellina, Singapore's first LNG bunkering vessel.
The SLNG Terminal completes the installation of a rooftop solar power system that has the potential to avoid an estimated 300 tons of carbon dioxide emissions, annually.
The SLNG Terminal crosses the 100th Gas-Up/Cool-Down (GUCD) mark with the completion of the GUCD operation for the GasLog Georgetown.
SLNG signs MOU with PSA Corporation, Jurong Port, City Gas, Sembcorp Industries, Chiyoda Corporation and Mitsubishi Corporation to explore ways to utilise Hydrogen as a low-carbon alternative energy source for Singapore.
SLNG signs first five-year Storage & Reload agreement with Pavilion Energy.
SLNG embarks on collaboration with the National University of Singapore and Keppel Data Centres to explore development of energy-efficient and cost-effective cooling technology for data centres.
The SLNG Terminal completes modifications to Secondary Jetty and can now reload LNG ships from 2,000m3 to 10,000m3.
SLNG is awarded the bizSAFE STAR certification from the Workplace Safety and Health Council, for good HSE management.
SLNG achieves one million operational man-hours without a recordable incident.
The SLNG Terminal receives its first Spot Throughput cargo, following an agreement signed with Sembcorp on 16 Apr 2018.
The SLNG Terminal achieves Provisional Acceptance for Tank 4, considered to be one of the largest LNG tanks in the world.
The SLNG Terminal performs its first Jetty-to-Jetty LNG transfer, slated to be the first such operation carried out in Southeast Asia.
The SLNG Terminal achieves Provisional Acceptance for the Phase 3 Regasification Facilities, effectively increasing the Terminal's throughput capacity to about 11 Mtpa.
The SLNG Terminal performs its first small-scale LNG reload.
SLNG officially launches Singapore's first LNG Truck Loading Facility, jointly with the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore.
SLNG signs Terminal Use Agreements (TUAs) with newly licensed Aggregators Pavilion Gas and Shell Eastern Trading.
SLNG signs MOU with the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore for the development of an LNG Truck Loading Facility at the SLNG Terminal.
SLNG signs first two-year Storage & Reload agreement with Trafigura.
The SLNG Terminal commissions its Gas Engine Generator (GEG) Units.
SLNG awards the Engineering, Procurement and Construction contract for the Phase 3 expansion of the Terminal to Samsung C&T Corporation.
The SLNG Terminal receives its first LNG cargo for the Storage & Reload Service from Pavilion Energy.
The SLNG Terminal is official opened by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
The SLNG Terminal performs its first vessel cool down service, following an agreement signed with MISC Berhad on 25 Sep 2013.
The SLNG Terminal receives its first commercial LNG cargo from BG, and begins commercial operations.
The SLNG Terminal receives its first LNG cargo, which is procured from Qatargas for the commissioning of the Terminal.
The Singapore Government announces plan to build a fourth LNG storage tank and associated facilities to boost the capacity of the LNG terminal to about 9 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa).
SLNG awards the Engineering, Procurement and Construction contract for the Secondary Berth to Samsung C&T Corporation.
SLNG awards the Engineering, Procurement and Construction contract for the third LNG storage tank to Samsung C&T Corporation.
The Singapore Government announces decision to accelerate expansion of the Terminal with the construction of a third LNG storage tank
SLNG holds Groundbreaking Ceremony to mark the start of construction of the Singapore LNG Terminal.
Terminal Use Agreement is signed between SLNG and BG Group.
Gas Sales Agreements are signed between BG Group and six power generation companies, namely Senoko Energy, PowerSeraya, Tuas Power Generation, Island Power, SembCorp Cogen and Keppel Merlimau Cogen.
SLNG awards the Engineering, Procurement and Commissioning contract to Samsung C&T Corporation; and the Project Management Consultancy contract to Foster Wheeler Asia Pacific
Singapore LNG Corporation Pte Ltd (SLNG) is incorporated to develop, build, own and operate Singapore’s first LNG Terminal