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In focus: Recent developments in the energy transition race

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With the In focus column, Offshore Energy delivers a weekly snapshot containing the most relevant energy transition items from each of the offshore energy markets. When it comes to low carbon fuels, the energy transition sometimes looks like a race in which the odds change week by week. To make

Gas and Heat tech ordered for Shell-chartered bunkering vessel

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Italy’s Gas and Heat said it has been contracted to deliver LNG cargo and fuel handling system for a Shell-chartered bunker barge. Courtesy of Gas and Heat The vessel capable of transporting up to 5,000 cubic meters of the chilled fuel is being built by Astilleros Armon shipyard in Gijon

Chart, ABB team up on Chart’s LNG modular offerings

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Chart Industries has signed a MoU with ABB, a power and automation technology specialist, to support its modular offerings for LNG, hydrogen, biogas, water treatment, and CO2 Capture projects. Courtesy of Chart The companies have complementary offerings and share clean energy goals. This partnership brings modularising solutions in key emerging

UK urged to raise the bar for marine energy deployments to 1GW by 2030

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RenewableUK has urged the UK government to commit to specific deployment targets for marine energy, renewable hydrogen, and floating and onshore wind in the run-up to the COP26 climate change summit in November. Illustration/Simec Atlantis’ AR1500 tidal turbine (Courtesy of Simec Atlantis) In the newly-released paper, titled ‘Raising the bar:

KHI gets ClassNK’s AiP for world’s largest liquefied hydrogen carrier CCS

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Japanese corporation Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) has been awarded approval in principle (AiP) by ClassNK for designing the world’s largest liquefied hydrogen carrier cargo containment system (CCS) of 40,000 cbm class per tank. Large liquefied hydrogen carrier (image of 40,000 cbm × 4 tanks)Courtesy of Kawasaki Heavy Industries The CCS for

JAX LNG capacity expansion progressing

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The JAX LNG facility located along the St. John’s River in Jacksonville, Florida, is continuing the expansion of its capacity. Courtesy of Pivotal LNG Pivotal LNG said in its statement on Thursday the facility will triple liquefaction to 360,000 gallons a day and double LNG storage to 4 million gallons.

GECF explores trends on LNG carriers global market

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The Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) has published an expert commentary showcasing the key factors that will influence the LNG shipping market. Courtesy of GECF A reduction in the global gas demand in 2020, caused by the pandemic, resulted in a slowdown of the global LNG trade and lower demand

Kongsberg heads LNG digitalization partnership

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Kongsberg Digital, BW LNG and Alpha Ori Technologies have teamed up to enhance efficiency and cut the environmental footprint of LNG carriers and FSRUs. Courtesy of GNA The three companies have signed a strategic digitalization partnership to realize digital capabilities that will enable them to reach the set goal, a

Woodfibre inks new 15-year LNG deal with BP

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Woodfibre LNG has taken another step forward with the signing of a new sale and purchase agreement with BP. Courtesy of Woodfibre LNG Under the agreement, Woodfibre LNG, a unit of Pacific Oil & Gas, will deliver 0.75 million tonnes per annum of LNG to BP’s unit BP Gas Marketing.

Ghana’s Tema LNG terminal to get first cargo

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Tema LNG terminal in Ghana, the first offshore LNG receiving terminal in sub-Saharan Africa, is expecting to receive its first LNG cargo at the end of May. Courtesy of Helios Investment Partners Tema LNG, consisting of separate regasification and storage vessels, is backed by Helios Investment Partners and Africa Infrastructure

CMA CGM Jacques Saadé 1st Megamax to pass Elbe’s improved draft

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CMA CGM Jacques Saadé, an LNG-powered Megamax container ship owned by French shipping major CMA CGM, has officially got its feet wet on Elbe’s improved draft, starting a new, two-stage release. On 5 May, the 23,112 TEU CMA CGM Jacques Saadé made its first official voyage through the deepened and

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