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LNG fuel conversion and jumboization: Partners win BV AiP for new boxship retrofit concept

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French engineering company GTT, compatriot naval consultancy and engineering firm Alwena Shipping and COSCO Shipping Heavy Industry (Zhoushan) shipyard have received approval in principle (AiP) from the classification society Bureau Veritas (BV) for a new concept, combining LNG retrofit and jumboization applied to large containerships. Photo: GTT As informed, GTT

LR approves Norwegian zero-emission self-unloading bulker

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Norwegian shipowner Egil Ulvan Rederi has secured Approval in Principle (AiP) from maritime classification society Lloyd’s Register (LR) for its zero-emission self-discharging hydrogen-fueled bulk carrier. With Orca. Courtesy of Egil Ulvan Rederi The AiP for the vessel that will be fully zero-emission in all operations was awarded after the completion

Chevron buys Renewable Energy Group

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U.S. energy major Chevron will acquire the outstanding shares of renewable fuels firm Renewable Energy Group for $3.15 billion in cash. Illustration only; Courtesy of Chevron The acquisition combines renewable fuels production of Renewable Energy Group with Chevron’s large manufacturing, distribution, and marketing position. “REG was a founder of the

Oilex awaits licence for carbon capture and storage project in UK

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Australia-based and AIM-listed Oilex, which has been focusing on carbon-neutral gas production in conjunction with carbon capture and storage (CCS), is hoping to get a licence from the UK authorities, which would enable it to move forward with its proposed Medway Hub CCS project in the UK. As part of

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