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WinGD launches four new X72DF engine options

19 Feb No Comments gregsamuel_e5x9azx4 LNG World News

Marine engine developer WinGD updated its X72DF dual-fuel engine platform with four versions to provide ship design flexibility while reducing installed power and emissions. X72DF engine; courtesy of WinGD The X72DF accounted for every low-speed engine ordered for a newbuild LNG carrier in 2020. It is also applicable on Suezmax

Fluxys to test KU Leuven’s hydrogen panels

19 Feb No Comments gregsamuel_e5x9azx4 LNG World News

Belgium’s Fluxys has kicked off a one-year trial of KU Leuven hydrogen panels on the roof of its Anderlecht lab. Courtesy of Fluxys KU Leuven, a research university in Leuven in Flanders, Belgium, first publicly presented their innovative hydrogen panels in 2019 as a highly efficient means of producing green

Cold snap causes force majeure at Cameron LNG

19 Feb No Comments gregsamuel_e5x9azx4 LNG World News

Sempra Energy’s Cameron LNG facility has reportedly declared force majeure on cargo loadings. Courtesy of Sempra Energy According to a Bloomberg report the facility was forced into the decision following tight gas supplies during a cold blast. The project itself noted that it has lost power from its electric utility

JAXPORT marks LNG bunkering milestone

19 Feb No Comments gregsamuel_e5x9azx4 LNG World News

JAX LNG and TOTE Services recently completed their first ship-to-ship liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering of a foreign-flagged vessel at the Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT). Courtesy of JAXPORT Crews loaded 1,800 cubic meters (450,000 gallons) of LNG from North America’s first LNG bunker barge, the Clean Jacksonville, to the LNG-powered

Logan Energy to deliver hydrogen hub in North Wales

19 Feb No Comments gregsamuel_e5x9azx4 LNG World News

Scotland-based clean energy solutions provider Logan Energy has won a public tender contract with Welsh social enterprise Menter Môn to support the delivery of a hydrogen production plant, refuelling and distribution hub in Holyhead, North Wales. Illustration (Courtesy of Logan Energy) The Holyhead Hydrogen Hub will be a first of

P&O Cruises’ second LNG liner named Arvia

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British cruise line P&O Cruises named its second LNG-powered Excel class ship, Arvia. Courtesy of P&O Cruises The vessel will join P&O Cruises fleet in December 2022, Carnival Corporation, the parent company said in a statement. Arvia, meaning “from the seashore” is the sister ship to Iona delivered in October

Eni narrows quarterly loss but output takes a hit

19 Feb No Comments gregsamuel_e5x9azx4 LNG World News

Italian oil and gas company Eni managed to cut its losses in the fourth quarter of 2020 as its production dropped by 11 per cent year-over-year. Eni said in its report on Friday that the net loss in 4Q 2020 amounted to €725 million ($876M) compared to a loss of

Wallenius Wilhelmsen trials biofuel

19 Feb No Comments gregsamuel_e5x9azx4 LNG World News

Wallenius Wilhelmsen is testing biofuel on one of its vessels as part of its efforts to research the potential of alternative fuels to cut CO2 emissions. The company believes using biofuels could be a good solution to power existing fleets and reduce emissions in the short-term until a net-zero technology

Woodside, RWE ink seven-year LNG supply deal

19 Feb No Comments gregsamuel_e5x9azx4 LNG World News

Australian LNG major Woodside, through its unit Woodside Energy Trading Singapore, has signed a 7-year LNG supply deal with RWE Supply & Trading. Courtesy of Woodside Woodside noted it will deliver LNG from its global portfolio for a 7-year term starting in 2025. The quantity of LNG to be supplied

Ireland opens €10M call for energy research and innovation projects

18 Feb No Comments gregsamuel_e5x9azx4 LNG World News

Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has launched a €10 million funding call to support innovative energy RD&D projects, including ocean energy, offshore wind, and green hydrogen-related developments. Illustration (Courtesy of MaREI) The new round of Irish government’s funding will support innovative energy RD&D (research, development, and demonstration) projects which

MOL joins its marine and engineering subsidiaries

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Japanese shipping major Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) will merge its subsidiaries MOL Marine and MOL Engineering, effective 1 April 2021. Courtesy of MOL The MOL Group regarded expectations for a more efficient value chain as an opportunity to align an organization that can take on the demands by providing seamless

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