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LNG-powered Aurora Botnia slashes Wasaline’s CO2 emissions

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The Finnish–Swedish ferry operator Wasaline has been able to cut its CO2 emissions in half since the arrival of its new LNG-powered ferry Aurora Botnia over a year ago. The ferry entered service between Vaasa, Finland and Umeå, Sweden in the autumn of 2021. The Aurora Botnia is a 150-meter car and passenger

Shell spending $2 billion to buy the largest biomethane producer in Europe

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Shell Petroleum, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Shell, has entered into an agreement to acquire 100% shareholding of Nature Energy Biogas, a Denmark-based producer of renewable natural gas (RNG), for nearly $2 billion. By purchasing the shares in Nature Energy, Shell said it will acquire the largest RNG producer in Europe.

Green hydrogen produced by wind and tidal energy sets new aviation milestone

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Green hydrogen produced at the European Marine Energy Centre’s (EMEC’s) hydrogen production and tidal test facility has been used to fuel the ground test of a Rolls-Royce jet engine. Rolls-Royce AE 2100-A hydrogen test at Boscombe Down (Courtesy of Rolls-Royce) The ground test was conducted on an early concept demonstrator

LIVE BLOG: Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference 2022

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Welcome to the Live Blog! Here you can read the most up-to-date information about the conference program, program on The Stage, side events, and highlights from the exhibition floor. You can expect plenty of information, presentations, and innovations, lots of which will be live-streamed.

2nd LNG-powered ferry joins TT-Line’s fleet

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Germany-based ferry owner and operator TT-Line has taken delivery of its second green ship, the LNG-powered Peter Pan. The RoPax ferry was handed over during a signing ceremony held this morning at the Chinese shipyard Nanjing Jinling. The vessel features a length of 230 meters and a breadth of 31

K Line sets sights on delivery of ammonia-powered bulker in 2026

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Image courtesy K Line Japanese shipping company K Line has secured approval in principle from ClassNK for the design of its ammonia-fueled bulk carrier, paving the way for the company to take delivery of the vessel in 2026. The 200,000 deadweight ton class bulk carrier design is being developed by

WFW assists NORD/LB on €100M German LNG terminal financing

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London-based law firm Watson Farley & Williams has advised Norddeutsche Landesbank Girozentrale (NORD/LB), one of the largest commercial banks in Germany, on the long-term financing of an import terminal for liquefied gas to be constructed in Stade-Buetzfleh, Lower Saxony, Germany. The project, which is being co-financed by both the German

GSI hands over 4th LNG-fueled tanker to Bocomm Leasing

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Guangzhou Shipbuilding International, a subsidiary of China State Shipbuilding Corporation, has delivered the fourth LNG dual-fuel crude oil/product tanker to the Bank of Communications Financial Leasing (Bocomm Leasing). As informed, the delivery ceremony for the 110,000 dwt dual-fuel vessel Proteus Bohemia was held on 24 November. This is the third

Finnish partners developing technology for onboard hydrogen production from LNG

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Finnish technology group Wärtsilä has entered into a joint development agreement with Hycamite TCD Technologies, a privately-owned compatriot company specialising in the development of technology for producing clean hydrogen and solid carbon from methane. Courtesy of Wärtsilä Under the agreement, the two companies will work together to develop cost-effective production

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