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UK regulator scraps CoP reports requirement to bolster energy security

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UK’s regulator, the North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA), says that the industry will make significant savings in time and money following its move to cut red tape and scrap the requirement for Cessation of Production (CoP) reports. The reports, which were produced when an operator was preparing to abandon a

Amogy to deploy its technology on a tank barge

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 Brooklyn-based technology startup Amogy Inc. has entered into a strategic partnership with Southern Devall, formerly Southern Towing Company & Devall Towing, that will enable the commercial debut of Amogy’s ammonia-to-power technology in the global maritime market.  Namely, Amogy’s zero-emission ammonia-to-power system will be deployed on a tank barge for the first

Dutch companies, government plan green hydrogen corridor with Chile

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Representatives from Dutch companies including Port of Rotterdam, Port of Amsterdam, consultants, storage and transportation providers, have set sights on exploring the opportunities to develop a green hydrogen export corridor with Chile. This Green H2 Trade Mission to Chile is organized by the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) in close cooperation

While focusing on energy trilemma, BP more than doubles its profit

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UK-headquartered energy giant BP has joined other oil and gas majors in delivering high profits in the third quarter of 2022 on a year-on-year basis, driven by increased natural gas trading and elevated energy prices. Last week was marked by quarterly results from several energy giants, including France’s TotalEnergies, Norway’s Equinor and Aker BP,

World’s 1st zero-emission cruise ship to be classed by DNV

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Northern Xplorer, a recently established Norwegian cruise venture, has selected classification society DNV to class its first zero-emission cruise ship. The vessel, dubbed the world’s first zero-emission cruise ship, will be constructed by Portuguese shipbuilder West Sea. Photo:  Multi Maritime/Sverre Hjørnevik Designed by naval architects Multi Maritime AS in Førde, Norway,

Chart and Flowserve forge ties on hydrogen as cleaner fuel source

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Chart Industries and Flowserve Corporation have entered into an agreement to support the growth of hydrogen as an alternative, cleaner fuel source. Under the agreement, Flowserve will acquire in-process R&D related to Chart’s liquid hydrogen fueling pump and will be Chart’s sole manufacturer and supplier of the pump once commercial

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