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RWE’s Brunsbüttel terminal could receive ammonia from Namibia

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RWE and Hyphen Hydrogen Energy have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that could see RWE offtake up to 300,000 tons of green ammonia per year from Namibia. Courtesy of RWE Hyphen was appointed the preferred bidder by the Namibian government to develop the first green hydrogen project in Namibia

Everfuel makes new appointment to execute green hydrogen growth strategy

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Danish green hydrogen provider Everfuel has appointed new deputy chief executive officer (CEO) to expand the management team and drive the execution of the growth strategy. Martin Skov Hansen will assume the new role starting from 1 January 2023 with a special focus on organisation development, HR and maturing key business

TotalEnergies joins shipping industry majors to spur development of ammonia-powered tankers

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Global energy major TotalEnergies has joined the Castor Initiative, a multinational coalition committed to making zero-emission shipping a reality, to support the uptake of ammonia as a green fuel and the development of ammonia-powered tankers. The global coalition, which includes MISC Berhad (MISC), Lloyd’s Register (LR), Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI),

Samsung Heavy turns to GTT for tank design of seven LNG carriers

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South Korean shipyard Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) has ordered the tank design for seven new LNG carriers from the French LNG containment specialist GTT. The order was placed on behalf of a Europan and an American ship owner. For this project, GTT will design the tanks of seven vessels, which

OMV sets up new corporate structure for sustainable growth

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Austrian oil and gas company OMV has introduced its new corporate structure to deliver on ambitions to become a net-zero company, which will come into effect on 1 January 2023. According to OMV, the new structure is designed to fully enable the delivery of Strategy 2030 and drive its transition

e1 Marine and NAVTEK partner on hydrogen-powered vessels

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Renewable energy company e1 Marine has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with naval design and engineering specialists NAVTEK to develop hydrogen-powered vessels and port applications for the European market. As explained, under the MoU, e1 Marine will incorporate methanol-to-hydrogen generator technology with PEM fuel cell power solutions on NAVTEK-identified marine applications. Specifically,

Core Power CEO: Biggest ships can benefit the most from nuclear power

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The largest ocean-going vessels, which are the largest polluters, can reap the greatest benefits from the new nuclear power technologies, according to Mikal Bøe, CEO of London-based Core Power. Premium content Checking for account. You need javascript to validate your login status. Premium Premium content Subscribe to continue Become a

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