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Maersk CEO: Business is ahead of govts on decarbonization agenda

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There needs to be a greater sense of urgency among global governments in relation to the adoption of policies that would accelerate decarbonization in the shipping sector, the head of the world’s largest container shipping company believes. “Business is ahead of governments on this agenda,” Soren Skou, CEO of A.P.

Gazprom Neft’s LNG bunkering vessel completes sea trials

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Russian oil producer Gazprom Neft informed its liquefied natural gas bunkering vessel, Dmitry Mendeleev has completed sea trials. Courtesy of Gazprom Neft The construction of Russia’s first LNG bunkering vessel has entered the final stage, Gazprom Neft said in its statement on Friday. The company noted that during the sea

Industry heavyweights call for net-zero shipping by 2050

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The shipping industry must reach zero emissions by 2050, and to get there zero-emission ships must become the dominant and competitive choice by 2030, an op-ed signed by big industry names insists. This means that the International Maritime Organization (IMO) would need to step up and revise its decarbonization targets

Gasrec hits 10,000 truck loadings at Grain LNG

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UK gas supplier Gasrec hit a milestone with its 10,000th truck loading at National Grid’s Grain LNG facility on the Isle of Grain. Courtesy of Grain LNG Demand for LNG in the road transport sector has soared in recent years, as operators continue to look for more environmentally-friendly alternatives to

Total positions for energy transition and becomes TotalEnergies

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French energy major Total has moved forward with its transformation plans into a broad energy company with the latest milestone being the company’s adoption of a new name to reflect that transformation. At the Ordinary and Extraordinary Shareholders’ Meeting, Total shareholders on Friday approved, almost unanimously, the resolution to change

UK’s Grain LNG posts utilization records

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National Grid’s Grain LNG facility recorded its highest ever utilization rates last month and supplied 15.1 per cent of UK gas demand during this time. Courtesy of Grain LNG Grain LNG, located on the Isle of Grain in Kent, is currently able to store and deliver enough gas to meet

Hamburg hydrogen project on Germany’s shortlist for funding

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The Hamburg Green Hydrogen Hub project has been shortlisted by the German ministry of economics for funding under the EU’s Important Projects of Common European Interest (IPCEI) program. Courtesy of MHI The main partners of the Hamburg Green Hydrogen Hub include Shell, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), Vattenfall, and the municipal

Pertamina to build small-scale LNG plant on Java

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Indonesian state-owned oil and gas company Pertamina plans to build a small-scale LNG regasification unit at its Cilacap oil refinery, Java. Courtesy of Pertamina Pertamina will provide integrated LNG infrastructure to support its refinery business development through its units Subholding Gas, Subholding Kilang, and Subholding Shipping, and Badak LNG, the

First study into LNG carrier methane emissions wrapped up

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Queen Mary University London, with support from the Collaboratory to Advance Methane Science (CAMS) and Enagas SA, conducted a first-of-its-kind study to directly measure methane emissions of an operating liquid natural gas (LNG) vessel. Courtesy of GasLog Results from the study will provide critical data-driven insights into the greenhouse gas

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