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Seaworks’ LNG-powered self-unloading bulker hits the water

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China’s Wuhu Shipyard has launched a self-unloading bulk carrier powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG) for Norway’s shipping company Seaworks AS. Credit: Seaworks AS The vessel Vigdis H was launched in the Yangtze River in China on 29 November. The ship’s engine is capable of running on LNG to reduce

INEOS and Sempra finalise 1.4 mtpa Port Arthur LNG deal

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US LNG company Sempra Infrastructure has concluded a long-term sale and purchase agreement (SPA) with London-based energy player INEOS for the supply of LNG from Phase 1 of its Port Arthur LNG project under development in Jefferson County, Texas. As per the agreement, INEOS will purchase approximately 1.4 million tonnes

Gasum wraps up its first LNG delivery to CMA CGM’s Containerships

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Nordic energy company Gasum has completed the first delivery of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Containerships, a subsidiary of French shipping giant CMA CGM. According to Gasum’s social media update, the delivery was made to the LNG-fueled Containerships Borealis off Bornholm, Denmark. Courtesy of Gasum Containerships Borealis is a 1,400

Shell, Alfa Laval to develop GCU for liquefied hydrogen carriers

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Shell International Trading and Shipping Company Limited has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Swedish sustainable solutions provider Alfa Laval regarding the development of a new gas combustion unit (GCU) for use on liquid hydrogen carriers. Credit: Alfa Laval Under the MOU, Alfa Laval will develop a system to

Fluxys makes its first strategic investment for hydrogen transport in Belgium

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Infrastructure operator Fluxys Belgium is increasing its transmission capacity with the construction of a new dual-purpose pipeline between Desteldonk and Opwijk, which also marks its first strategic investment for hydrogen transport in Belgium. Courtesy of Fluxys This is the second pipeline between Desteldonk and Opwijk and it will initially increase

Enbridge, OLCV plan CO2 sequestration hub in Corpus Christi

1 Dec No Comments gregsamuel_e5x9azx4 LNG World News

Canadian pipeline company Enbridge and Oxy Low Carbon Ventures (OLCV), a subsidiary of Occidental, have revealed their plan to work towards jointly developing a CO2 sequestration hub in the Corpus Christi area of the Texas Gulf Coast. The companies have signed a letter of intent to explore this joint project, which would

CSSC kicks off major engine development project targeting green fuels

1 Dec No Comments gregsamuel_e5x9azx4 LNG World News

China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC) has launched a major project targeting the acceleration of the development of green marine engines capable of running on methanol, ammonia, and hydrogen. The project was kick-started with the first meeting on November 28 in Shanghai. With this project, CSSC aims to strengthen technological research, speed

VIDEO: Future Proof Conference at OEEC2022

30 Nov No Comments gregsamuel_e5x9azx4 LNG World News

During the session ‘Future Proof’ industry experts from the offshore energy sector share their visions on the market and the future. Topics like cyber security, a sustainable implementation of hydrogen and nature enhancement and sustainable business decisions for the supply chain on the table. Marjolein Kelder, Senior Project Manager The

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