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Venture Global LNG readies Louisiana CCS project

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Venture Global LNG has unveiled plans to capture and sequester carbon at its Calcasieu Pass and Plaquemines LNG facilities. Illustration courtesy of Venture Global LNG Having concluded a comprehensive engineering and geotechnical analysis, the company is launching, subject only to regulatory approvals, a shovel-ready carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) project,

Pakistan LNG floats 9-cargo tender

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State-owned Pakistan LNG Limited floated a tender seeking delivery of nine cargoes of the liquefied natural gas. Courtesy of Pakistan LNG According to the tender document, the cargoes up to 140,000 cubic meters in capacity , are for delivery in July and August. The document shows that the four cargoes

MAN’s ME-GI dual-fuel engines to power additional EPS Capesize bulkers

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Three MAN Energy Solutions’ B&W 6G70 ME-GI dual-fuel engines were ordered to be built for Eastern Pacific Shipping’s (EPS) 210,000 dwt Capesize bulk carriers. Electronically controlled, dual fuel two-stroke MA-GI engines were ordered by Chinese New Times Shipbuilding Co. Photo: ME-GI dual-fuel engine; Courtesy of MAN Energy Solutions According to the

8th LNG-powered behemoth joins CMA CGM’s fleet

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CMA CGM Trocadero, the eight LNG-fuelled, 23,000 TEU containership out of a series of nine giant boxships being built in China, has been delivered to French shipping major CMA CGM. The colossal containership, spanning almost 400 meters in length and 61 meters in width, is the fourth and last vessel

Pieridae to develop carbon capture project in Alberta

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Pieridae Energy has unveiled plans to create the Caroline Carbon Capture power complex. Courtesy of Pieridae Energy The complex, to be located at Pieridae’s Caroline facility in Alberta, will be a combination of large-scale carbon capture and sequestration and blue power production. This development supports independent, third-party research Pieridae commissioned

Höegh LNG enters home stretch in Port Kembla FSRU talks

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Norway-based Höegh LNG said it has entered the final stages of negotiations with Australian Industrial Energy (AIE) for its Port Kembla project. Courtesy of Höegh LNG The Port Kembla project comprises the development of a gas terminal incorporating LNG carrier vessels, a floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU), wharf facilities,

Tellurian secures LNG SPA with Gunvor

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US LNG project developer Tellurian has secured an LNG supply deal with the Singaporean unit of the Swiss commodity trader Gunvor. Under the agreement with Gunvor Singapore, Tellurian will supply three million tonnes per annum (mtpa) for a ten-year period, indexed to a combination of two indices; the Japan Korea

KN, LS, MOL to develop LCO2 and hydrogen project in Klaipeda

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Klaipedos Nafta (KN), Larvik Shipping (LS), and Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) have reached an agreement to carry out a feasibility study to develop liquefied CO2 (LCO2) loading facilities at KN’s infrastructure in Klaipeda, Lithuania. Courtesy of Port of Klaipeda The companies acknowledge the potential for carbon capture, utilisation, and storage

New agreement to speed up carbon capture and storage element of HyNet

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Italian energy giant Eni and Progressive Energy have signed a framework agreement to further accelerate carbon capture and storage (CCS) within the HyNet North West low carbon cluster project. Progressive Energy, Cadent, CF Fertilisers, Eni UK, Essar, Hanson, INOVYN, and the University of Chester are partners on the HyNet North

Wärtsilä to develop autonomous, zero-emission barge for Port of Rotterdam

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Inland Container Shipping, Port of Rotterdam Image credit: Port of Rotterdam Finland-based technology group Wärtsilä is embarking on a project to develop and demonstrate an autonomous, zero-emission barge for the Rotterdam Port Authority. The endeavor is part of a research project, nicknamed sMArt Green Ports as Integrated Efficient multimodal hubs

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