Dragon LNG celebrate staff voluntary work and match hours and fundraising with donations.

July 7, 2022

Dragon LNG Managing Director, Alexis Fletcher recently presented two staff members with cheques for the local groups they volunteer for, as part of the organisation’s Employee Volunteering Scheme within the Pembrokeshire Association of Voluntary Services certification scheme.  Through this scheme, Dragon LNG supports employees volunteering with donations matching their volunteering hours and additionally supports staff […]

Dragon LNG partners with Anesco on renewables drive

July 6, 2022

Dragon LNG, operator of a liquefied natural gas (‘LNG’) terminal in Pembrokeshire, in partnership with renewables developer Anesco, is looking to transition to renewable energy, as part of a commitment to reducing its carbon emissions and supporting the country’s drive towards net zero. The first step in this project has seen Anesco supporting Dragon LNG […]

Ground broken at Dragon LNG marks another step in its energy efficiency and decarbonisation plan

June 28, 2022

Friday 17th June 2022 was a significant date in Dragon LNG’s decarbonisation journey. Rt. Hon Stephen Crabb officially broke the ground on a Dragon LNG Group solar project witnessed by key stakeholders from Anesco Ltd, South Wales Industrial Cluster, the Milford Haven Future Energy Cluster, Pembrokeshire County Council, Welsh Government, Community Liaison Committee and Dragon’s […]

Dragon LNG supporting its’ community

March 25, 2022

The Cogen Plant demolition at Waterston was a significant event for Dragon LNG in 2021, taking over 24,375 manhours to complete with support from the Waterston Community Liaison Committee, Waterston, Blackbridge and Llanstadwell community, Dragon staff, contractors, and stakeholders. The project was safely completed on the 14th January 2021, after the stack fell on 1st […]

Completion of successful maintenance plant shutdown at Dragon LNG

June 15, 2021

Dragon LNG is delighted to confirm that its planned maintenance shutdown which commenced on Monday 17th May 2021 has been completed safely.  Start-up preparations commenced over the weekend and will continue this week, during which time continued flaring will be required. The 24/7 shutdown enabled Dragon to carry out periodic maintenance and inspection, whilst taking […]

Notice of maintenance plant shutdown at Dragon LNG, Waterston.

April 29, 2021

Dragon LNG is scheduled to commence a 26-day planned maintenance shutdown at its Waterston site from Monday 17th May 2021. The 24/7 shutdown will enable Dragon to carry out periodic maintenance and inspection, whilst taking advantage of the opportunity to carry out some small improvement projects in a safe and controlled manner. In addition to […]