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Austal Australia introduces VOLTA series of electric-powered high-speed ferries

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Austal Australia has launched the VOLTA series of electric-powered high speed ferry solutions, with the introduction of the Passenger Express 46V, a fully electric-powered 46 metre catamaran ferry design. Austal’s new VOLTA series includes on-shore charging infrastructure and in-service support programs for operators. The vessels combine light-weight, low-resistance hull forms,

Green Hydrogen Systems to deliver electrolysers for H2RES project

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Ørsted has chosen Denmark-based Green Hydrogen Systems (GHS) as the supplier of electrolysis technology for the H2RES offshore wind-to-hydrogen demonstration project. The 2 MW electrolysis plant at the Avedøre Power Station will be built around GHS modular electrolysers powered by two 3.6 MW offshore wind turbines. GHS, one of the

Gasum: LNG prices to boost future projects on the maritime market

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Gasum, the Nordic energy company, sees the potential of increased investment in future projects due to the price increase of LNG. Courtesy of Gasum In this week’s analysis, Gasum reports that the Risavika LNG reached 30.20 Euro per megawatt-hour. European gas prices remained supported by tight supply and cold weather.

DEME’s dual fuel dredger working on the Scheldt

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DEME’s dual fuel trailing suction hopper dredger (TSHD) ‘Scheldt River’ is currently conducting maintenance dredging operations on the Scheldt. During the work, TSHD ‘Scheldt River’ will be operating on LNG. Last week, the vessel became the first dredger to be bunkered with LNG in the Port of Antwerp, near the

TFG Marine to commence bunkering ops from Falmouth, UK

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TFG Marine, a joint venture bunker company formed by commodity trader Trafigura and shipping firms Frontline and Golden Ocean in 2020, will start bunkering operations this month for vessels at the Falmouth Anchorage, off the South West Coast of the United Kingdom, the company said. Trafigura has contracted with Falmouth

HAM builds first LNG stations in Peru

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HAM and LIMAGAS Movilidad built the first LNG gas stations in Peru and the first CNG service stations in the Cuzco region of Peru. Courtesy of HAM HAM Group, Spanish natural liquefied gas (LNG) and natural compressed gas (CNG) service company, teamed up with LIMAGAS Movilidad, an investee company by Lipigas

Zvezda cuts steel for another Arctic LNG 2 tanker

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The Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex in the Russian Far East has cut the first steel for a new Arc7 ice-class LNG tanker for the Arctic LNG 2 project. Illustration courtesy of Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex The new Arc7 ice-class tanker was ordered by Smart LNG, a joint venture between Novatek and Sovcomflot.

EnergyQuest: December 2020 Australian LNG exports

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Australian energy consultancy EnergyQuest expects the country’s LNG exports to jump after a strong performance in December. Courtesy of Chevron Australia Australia exported 78 million tonnes of LNG in December 2020. The results are better than the same period last year when EnergyQuest reported 77.5 million tonnes of LNG exports.

McDermott snaps liquid hydrogen study

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Engineering and construction solutions provider McDermott has secured a study to research opportunities to expand current liquid hydrogen storage capacity limits, through its unit CB&I Storage Solutions. The contract has been awarded by a leading natural gas producer the company said in its statement on Tuesday. “Industry leaders across the

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