Show People will return with Tveit answering your questions on July 3. Fun fact: Tveit is the most-watched guest ever on the Broadway.com talk show from his last appearance in January 2013 (relive him teaching us all how to say “Enjolras” below!). Will he break his own record this time? With your help, he might! Star Files Listen Up, Tveitertots! After a few weeks off, Show People with Paul Wontorek is coming back—this time with a very special returning guest! Broadway fave and Graceland star Aaron Tveit will make his third appearance on Broadway.com’s talk show. Cue squeals. To make his third time sitting down in the studio with Editor-in-Chief Paul Wontorek extra special, Tveit will answer some fan questions. If you have something you’ve been dying to ask the Les Miserables star, film a video of yourself asking a question and post it on Instagram with the hashtag #AskAaron by Thursday, June 26 at 3PM. Video marriage proposals are off the table. Sorry, ladies (and gents.) But questions about his budding modeling career are fair game. Look good for him, because your video might just appear on the show! View Comments Aaron Tveit
Image courtesy of GasLogLiquefied natural gas shipper GasLog said its newbuild HN2274 is starting gas trials at the Samsung Heavy Industries shipyard in South Korea. The vessel capable of transporting 180,000 cubic meters of the chilled fuel completed sea trials earlier this month.GasLog noted in its brief statement through its social media channels that the gas trials are scheduled for completion on April 14.To be named Gaslog Whales, the vessel features GTT’s Mark III Flex Plus containment system and low-pressure two-stroke (X-DF) propulsion.The delivery of the vessel is expected in the second quarter of 2020 when it will start its charter contract with a unit of the Japanese LNG import giant JERA.GasLog further pointed out that it also has the SN2213 under construction at SHI. The vessel to be named GasLog Windsor completed its sea trials at the start of February, with delivery expected next month.GasLog Windsor, powered by a low-pressure dual-fuel engine, is capable of transporting 180,000 cubic meters of the chilled fuel and upon delivery will be chartered to Pioneer Shipping Limited, a unit of UK-based Centrica.