Golar successfully closes upsized public follow-on common stock offering.
Ophir and OneLNG agree to jointly develop Fortuna FLNG project in Equatorial Guinea
Together with its partners, Golar Power takes a final investment decision to proceed with the development of its first integrated LNG-to-power project in Sergipe, Brazil.
Golar and Schlumberger launch OneLNG – a joint venture combining LNG upstream and midstream activities to develop integrated solutions for stranded gas assets.
Golar and Stonepeak launch Golar Power – a joint venture to offer integrated LNG- based downstream solutions, operating FSRUs and associated power and terminal infrastructure.
Dropdown of the FSRU Golar Tundra to GMLP
Final investment decision (FID) for FLNGV Golar Hilli for eight-year contract with Perenco, Cameroon. Gazprom is confirmed as the LNG buyer.
World Shipholding Limited’s stake in Golar LNG is sold to the public in the world’s largest secondary equity offering of a marine stock.
Golar enters into an agreement with Keppel, ordering the world’s first FLNGV converted from a ship – the Golar Hilli.
Equity offering raises ~$600 million to fund the first FLNG conversion.
Golar and Keppel complete the FEED study for the world’s first FLNGV based on the conversion of an LNG carrier.
Dropdown of the FSRUs Golar Igloo and Golar Eskimo to GMLP
Dropdown of Golar Maria to GMLP
Dropdown of NR Satu and Golar Grand to GMLP
Golar embarks on a FEED (front-end engineering and design) study with Keppel and Black & Veatch to develop the company’s first floating liquefied natural gas vessel (FLNGV).
Sale of Golar Freeze to GMLP – the first post-IPO asset dropped down
Golar initiates a $2.7 billion LNG carrier and FSRU newbuilding programme.
GMLP, the world’s first pure-play LNG master limited partnership, lists on Nasdaq with an initial fleet of four vessels.
Golar is selected to provide Asia’s first FSRU, offshore West Java, Indonesia.
Golar puts the world’s first FSRU conversion into operation.
Golar is selected to provide the Middle East’s first FSRU, offshore Dubai
Golar LNG contributes interests in three vessels to GMLP.
Golar LNG Partners LP (GMLP) is formed as a wholly owned subsidiary of Golar LNG.
Petrobras awards Golar two long-term leases: to employ Golar Winter and Golar Spirit as FSRUs – Golar’s first firm FSRU commitments.
Golar signs a contract with Keppel Shipyard of Singapore for the first ever conversion of an existing LNG carrier into an LNG FSRU.
Golar LNG lists on Nasdaq: GLNG
Golar embarks on a strategy to become a midstream floating solution provider, undertaking a study with Saipem / Moss Maritime to consider the conversion of an existing LNG carrier into a floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU).
Golar LNG embarks on its first significant LNG carrier newbuilding programme.
Golar LNG is formed as World Shipholding Ltd acquires Gotaas-Larsen from Osprey Maritime Limited, renaming the LNG business with the abbreviated style.
Osprey Maritime Limited acquires Gotaas-Larsen from Barclay Bros.
Barclay Bros acquires Gotaas-Larsen.
Gotaas-Larsen enters the LNG shipping market, ordering the LNG carrier Hilli.
The Gotaas-Larsen Shipping Corporation is founded.
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