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GEV gets WA renewable hydrogen grant

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Australian energy transition company Global Energy Ventures has secured funding support to evaluate the technical and commercial feasibility of exporting green hydrogen from the Gascoyne to Asia-Pacific using its compressed hydrogen shipping solution. As disclosed, provision of funding will be made by the Western Australia government in accordance with the

North America’s 1st all-electric car ferries start voyage home

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The first, fully-electric road ferries to sail in North America are now on their way from Damen Shipyards Galati, Romania, to Lake Ontario, Canada, to begin operations, the shipbuilder said. Photo: Damen Ordered by the Ministry of Transportation, Ontario, Canada, the Amherst Islander II and Wolfe Islander IV, 68 and

Petronas and ENEOS partnership extends to hydrogen

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Malaysian energy giant Petronas has teamed up with Japanese energy company ENEOS Corporation to develop a clean hydrogen supply chain between the two countries. Illustration only; Courtesy of Petronas Petronas, through its subsidiary Petrogas Gas & New Energy (PGNESB), signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with ENEOS. The goal is

Orbital to lead EU-backed floating tidal net-zero project

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Scottish Orbital Marine Power is set to lead a pan-European consortium to deliver the €26.7 million FORWARD-2030 project dedicated to accelerating the commercial deployment of floating tidal energy. The consortium will receive €20.5 million of grant support from the EU’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme to develop a multi-vector

Edison started 1st discharge of LNG at Ravenna small-scale terminal

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Italian energy player Edison has unloaded the first refueling of LNG at the new small-scale LNG terminal in the port of Ravenna. Courtesy of Edison On 9 September, Edison started the first discharge of LNG in the small-scale coastal depot in Ravenna. Depositi Italiani GNL owns the new depot for

Siem Offshore upgrades PSV with hybrid battery package

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Norwegian shipping company Siem Offshore confirmed on Saturday that its dual-fuel platform support vessel (PSV) Siem Symphony was upgraded with a hybrid battery package. The latest battery upgrade is in line with Siem’s strategic focus on reducing its environmental footprint. According to the vessel owner, the battery upgrade makes this

Inpex to supply Ichthys LNG’s carbon-neutral cargo to Toho Gas

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Japan’s oil and gas producer Inpex will deliver a carbon-neutral LNG cargo from the Ichthys LNG Project to compatriot gas company Toho Gas. Ichthys LNG; Courtesy of Inpex The shipment of carbon-neutral LNG will arrive at Chita LNG terminal in Japan’s Chita City on 18 September 2021. The cargo comes

ABS, Hudong–Zhonghua and Wärtsilä join forces on IMO 2050 CII-ready LNG carrier

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Classification society ABS, shipbuilder Hudong–Zhonghua Shipbuilding (HZS) and technology company Wärtsilä have partnered up to develop “a flexible, future-ready and modular” concept for a future multi-fuel electric liquefied natural gas carrier (LNGC). Image Courtesy: ABS Using advanced multi-physics modeling and simulation, the joint development project (JDP) will apply various decarbonization

World’s first IMO Type B VLEC launched

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The world’s first IMO Type B very large ethane carrier (VLEC), Pacific Ineos Belstaff, has been launched at Jiangnan Shipyard in Shanghai, China, classification society American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) said. The first from a batch of four largest VLECs ever commissioned, the 99,000 cbm dual-fuel vessel is designed for long-haul

In focus: Energy transition nudges oil and gas into strategic reviews as renewables enter record-breaking age

10 Sep No Comments gregsamuel_e5x9azx4 LNG World News

Oil and gas companies and associated supply chain have started responding to the global energy transition push by announcing strategic business reviews and expansion of focus to cleaner and emissions-free markets more aligned with net-zero targets, as renewable energy sector prepares to enter the record-breaking age bound to continue with

Gen2 Energy, Vefsn municipality sign green hydrogen deal

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Norwegian energy company Gen2 Energy and Vefsn municipality have teamed up on the purchase and sale of two plots in Mosjøen for large scale production and shipping of green hydrogen. As disclosed, the parties agreed that Gen2 Energy can purchase commercial plots in Mosjøen to build production facilities for green hydrogen,

Straatman adds mooring system to FSRU Toscana

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Dutch maritime equipment manufacturer Straatman will add a complete mooring system on the FSRU Toscana, serving the LNG terminal off the Italian coast. Courtesy of OLT Offshore FSRU Toscana is permanently moored about 22 kilometres off the Italian coast between Livorno and Pisa, in the Tuscany region. To remind, Italian

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