Oil patch insider: Marushack joins in Tokyo celebration
Speaking of Japan; per story in last week’s issue of Petroleum News, in November 1969 the liquefied natural gas tanker Polar Alaska departed the onloading terminal at Phillips Petroleum’s Kenai, Alaska LNG plant and headed west toward Japan, carrying the first-ever cargo of LNG to that country.
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