1972

1972

Gadinia delivered Brunei’s first LNG cargo to Osaka gas at its Senboku Terminal.
1973

1973

Bebatik delivered first LNG cargo to Tokyo Gas at its Negishi Terminal. Bebatik delivered LNG to Tokyo Gas’s Sodegaura Terminal.
1980

1980

Gadinia made its 1000th LNG delivery to Tokyo Gas, Sodegaura.
1986

1986

Brunei Shell Tankers Sdn Bhd established.
1986

BST acquired 6 LNG vessels and collectively these vessels together with Bebatik were named the B-Class vessels following the names given to them; the Bekalang, Bekulan, Belais, Belanak, Bilis and Bubuk. The B-Class vessels were chartered to BLNG for the delivery of its cargo to their clients in Japan.
1987

1987

Bekulan delivered BLNG’s 2000th cargo to Tokyo Gas at Sodegaura.
1993

1993

Bebatik delivered BLNG’s 3000th cargo to Tokyo Gas at Sodeguara.
1993

Bubuk’s delivery marked the 100 millionth tonne of Brunei LNG delivered to the Negishi Terminal.
1997

1997

1997The B Class vessels collectively have delivered 5.6 million tonnes of LNG to Japan.
1998

1998

Brunei Gas Carriers Sdn Bhd established.
2000

2000

BST embarks on a sponsored program for 13 Marine Cadets to undergo merchant navy training in the UK for cargo vessels particularly LNG vessels.
2002

2002

BST began recruitment of local Marine Ratings. Bekulan successfully carried out the Suez Canal transit for the BLNG Barcelona delivery.
2003

2003

Warsash Maritime Academy awards one of our Bruneian Marine Cadets with the Best National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) Portfolio Award
2003

The first group of Marine Cadets successfully completed their training and assumed their respective roles as Deck, Engine and Electrical Officers onboard the Brunei LNG Fleet.
2005

2005

Bebatik is awarded with the highest classification of the Continuous Assessment Programme (CAP1) rating for Cargo, Machinery and Plant Equipment.
2005

Belais awarded with the CAP1 rating for its machinery and cargo systems.
2005

Bilis is the first of the B-Class vessels to be issued with the Lloyd’s Register Environment Notation Certification and the ‘Green Passport’.
2006

2006

Abadi, Bebatik, Bekalang, Bekulan, Belanak, Belais and Bubuk are awarded with the CAP1 rating for their machinery and cargo systems.
2006

All Third Officer and Fourth Engineer positions onboard all 8 vessels were fully manned by Bruneians.
2006

BGC took over the manning of Bruneian Third Officers and Fourth Engineers for the Brunei Fleet.
2006

Abadi became the first Bruneian vessel to be fully manned by Bruneian Marine Ratings.
2007

Warsash Maritime Academy awards one of our Marine Cadets with the Best NVQ Portfolio Award.
2007

Bilis delivered BLNG’s 6oooth cargo to Sodegaura Terminal.
2007

5 of the 8 vessels are fully manned by Bruneian Ratings.
2008

2008

All Second Officer and Third Engineer positions on all 8 vessels are manned by Bruneians.
2008

Shamsul bin Haji Othman is the first Bruneian to join the Senior Management Team onboard with his promotion to Second Engineer for the Brunei LNG Fleet.
2008

One of our Marine Cadets is awarded with the Best Engineering Cadet Award.
2009

2009

Belanak delivered BLNG’s 100 millionth tonnes of cargo to Tokyo Electric’s Futtsu Terminal.
2009

Abdul Mateen Abdurrahman Liew becomes Brunei’s first Chief Officer for the Brunei LNG Fleet.
2011

2011

Arkat and Amali delivered to BGC and soon after delivered their first LNG cargoes.
2011

Bebatik achieves 9 years TRC Free Operations.
2013

2013

In 2013, Brunei Gas Carriers produced its 1st Master/Captain and 2 Chief Engineers.
2014

2014

In March 2014, Brunei Gas Carriers has achieved ISO9001:2008 Quality Management System Certification.
2014

1st December 2014, Brunei Gas Carriers made a remarkable moment where BGC new 'A' class vessel named Amani was delivered from Hyundai Heavy Industry.
2015

2015

27th July 2015, Amadi did her first cargo loading at Brunei LNG after 18th months of construction at HHI (South Korea).
2015
27th July 2015, Amadi commenced her first cargo loading at Brunei LNG after 13th months of construction at Hyundai Heavy Industries, Ulsan Shipyard
2015

LNG delivered by Brunei LNG Fleet till August 2015 : 4,142,314 Tons.
2016

2016

Abadi achieved 10 Years LTI free
2016

Sustained ISO9001, ISO14001 and OHSAS18001 accreditation for onshore office  
2016

In 2016, Brunei Gas Carriers produced its 3rd Chief Engineer.
2017

2017

In 2017, Brunei Gas Carriers produced its 2nd Master/Captain and 4th Chief Engineer.
2018

2018

In 2018, Brunei Gas Carriers produced its 3rd Master/Captain
2018

2018

AMADI completed her intermediate under water survey and propeller polish/hull scrub in Labuan
2018

2018

At 1530hrs BDT on 28th May 2018, the sale of Bebatik and subsequent handover to the recycling shipyard was successfully completed at Jiangying, China.
2018

2018

Decommissioning of the B-Classes - Belanak was the last of the BST B-Class fleet that finally departed for her last voyage from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (Japan) to China on 31st May 2018.
2018

2018

Belanak is currently in China for handover and recycling.
2019

2019

Brunei Gas Carriers (BGC) marked a significant milestone by being the first blue water shipping company in  Brunei to be issued a Document of Compliance by the Maritime and Port Authority of Brunei Darussalam (MPABD).
2019

2019

Abadi issued with full term Safety Management Certificate (SMC), International Ship Security Certificate (ISPS), and Voluntary Maritime Labour Convention Certificate (MLC).
2019

2019

Amali achieved 8 Years LTI free operations
2019

2019

First Blue Water company in Brunei to receive full term Document of Compliance (DOC) by MPABD