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Russia’s Sovcomflot marks 1st ever LNG bunkering in country’s history

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Russia’s largest shipping company PAO Sovcomflot and compatriot oil company PAO Gazprom Neft have carried out the first-ever bunkering of a marine vessel with liquified natural gas (LNG) in the history of the country’s transport industry.  The bunkering operation involved Sovcomflot’s crude oil tanker Korolev Prospekt which was refueled by

Dutch offshore wind-to-hydrogen project gathers feasibility study team

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The consortium comprising RWE and Neptune Energy has awarded contracts to Siemens Gamesa and Dutch engineering companies H2SEA and Enersea to support concept engineering work as part of the feasibility study for the H2opZee green hydrogen project in the Netherlands. H2opZee, announced earlier this year and planned to be built

MOL enters ship fuel efficiency partnership, backs Mission Possible’s ammonia proposal

27 Sep No Comments gregsamuel_e5x9azx4 LNG World News

Japanese shipping company Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL), its group company MOL Techno-Trade (MOLTT) and Akishima Laboratories (Mitsui Zosen) have formed a strategic partnership to progress fuel efficiency of MOL Group-operated vessels and minimise vessels’ greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Illustration. Courtesy of MOL With the technology playing an increasingly critical role

No significant damage on BP’s new Tortue FPSO, partner says

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Following a recent impact of a typhoon in China, BP’s new Tortue FPSO, built for the Greater Tortue Ahmeyim (GTA) LNG project in Mauritania and Senegal, has been returned to the quayside of the COSCO shipyard with no significant damage reported so far. The construction of the floating production, storage

Green corridors: can they catalyze the transition to zero-emission shipping?

26 Sep No Comments gregsamuel_e5x9azx4 LNG World News

Green corridors are coming forth as the central link that is expected to facilitate the shipping industry’s transition to alternative fuels and full-scale decarbonization. Several green corridors are already in the making linking ports within Europe or those connecting Europe with Asia and America. In August, the world’s two top

Artemis Technologies rolls out 100% electric passenger ferry design

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UK-based maritime design and applied technologies company Artemis Technologies, a spin-off from the Artemis Racing America’s Cup sailing team, has unveiled the design of its new 100% electric EF-24 passenger vessel, targeting the global high-speed ferry market. Courtesy of Artemis Technologies This ferry is among several zero-emission vessels being developed

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