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Shanghai International Port signs LNG bunkering deal with CMA CGM

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Chinese terminal operator Shanghai International Port Group (SIPG) and French shipping major CMA CGM have signed an LNG bunkering service deal. Courtesy of CMA CGM China The parties said this new deal represents an important milestone for the cooperation between the two groups and will further enhance their collaboration. This

BC Ferries names final battery-hybrid Island-class ferry

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Canadian ferry operator BC Ferries has revealed the name of its sixth Island-class ferry — Island Gwawis. Island Gwawis shortly after being unveiled at a naming ceremony held at Point Hope Maritime in Victoria The naming ceremony was held at Victoria’s Point Hope Maritime on 11 January 2022. The newbuild arrived

New Italian LNG bunkering vessel to feature Schottel propulsion systems

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German propulsion manufacturer Schottel has won a contract to supply main and auxiliary propulsion systems for the first LNG bunkering vessel of the Italian shipping group Fratelli Cosulich. Under the contract, Schottel will deliver the main propulsion of the LNG bunkering vessels consisting of two diesel-driven Schottel EcoPellers type SRE

Titan LNG picked as LNG, bioLNG supplier for Corsica Linea’s new ferry

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Dutch LNG supplier Titan LNG has secured a tender for the delivery of LNG for Corsica Linea’s new Ro-Pax LNG-fuelled ferry, A Galeotta, in the French Port of Marseille. Photo: Titan LNG This partnership marks the significant expansion of Titan’s operations into the Mediterranean which will enhance the availability of

Shell’s Prelude FLNG risked major failure due to power issues

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Australia’s offshore security regulator NOPSEMA said Shell’s Prelude FLNG facility risked the “catastrophic failure” in December due to a power outage. Courtesy of Shell Prelude is a floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility, located offshore, north-northeast of Broome, in Western Australia. It is designed to extract, liquefy and store natural

Ceiba Energy wins PPA for Portocem LNG-to-Power project in Brazil

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Houston-based power company Ceiba Energy announces the successful bid of its Portocem project for a 15-year power purchase agreement for a new 1.6 GW LNG-to-power plant in Brazil. Courtesy of Ceiba Energy Founded in 2015, Ceiba Energy is an owner, developer, and operator of power generation assets in Latin America.

Fortum to supply renewable power to Novatek’s Cryogas-Vysotsk LNG

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Russia’s LNG producer Novatek signed a power purchase agreement for renewable electricity with the European energy company Fortum to supply Cryogas-Vysotsk LNG plant. Cryogas-Vysotsk LNG; Coutresy of Novatek Cyrogas-Vysotsk is a medium-scale LNG project in the port of Vysotsk, Leningrad Region of Russia. The LNG from the plant mainly goes

Wison O&M gets ABS AIP for FLNG FEED design

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American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) has awarded approval in principle (AIP) to Shanghai-based firm Wison Offshore & Marine for its extended FEED on 3.5 MTPA Floating Liquefied Natural Gas (FLNG) design. Courtesy of WOM Previously, Wison O&M gained AIP from ABS for its standardised 1.3 MTPA and 3.0 MTPA FLNG

McDermott and Australia’s science organisation join forces to advance carbon capture solutions

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U.S. offshore engineering and construction player McDermott and Australia’s national science organisation, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), have joined forces to advance carbon capture solutions in response to rising decarbonisation calls, aimed at accelerating the energy transition and bringing the industry closer to a net-zero future. McDermott

TECO 2030, Gen2 Energy team up for green hydrogen projects

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Norwegian cleantech company TECO 2030 and its compatriot energy firm Gen2 Energy have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to cooperate on relevant projects where green hydrogen is needed for fuel cells. As part of the MoU, the companies intend to jointly investigate the supply of green hydrogen from Gen2

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