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Project Air receives €97 million grant from EU Innovation Fund

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Perstorp, a wholly-owned subsidiary of PETRONAS Chemicals Group Berhad (PCG), Uniper, a Germany-based energy company, and the European Climate, Infrastructure, and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA) have signed an agreement granting €97 million in funds to Project Air from the Innovation Fund. The project will receive the funds to enable its

Germany joins France, Portugal and Spain on H2Med project

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Germany will join the H2Med, a subsea hydrogen pipeline project being jointly developed by France, Spain and Portugal. The extension of the H2Med pipeline to Germany was revealed in the Franco-German declaration on the occasion of marking the 60th anniversary of the Elysee Treaty on 22 January. France and Germany

Harvest and IGU to deliver LNG to Fairbanks, Alaska

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Texas-based Harvest Midstream has made a long-term agreement with Alaska-based Interior Gas Utility (IGU) to construct a natural gas treating, liquefaction, and truck-loading facility in Alaska. According to Harvest, pending regulatory approvals, construction of the facility is expected to begin in the summer of 2023 with operations starting in late

Grimaldi brings its ammonia-ready car carrier tally to 15

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Italian shipping major Grimaldi has lifted the option for the construction of an additional five ammonia-ready Pure Car and Truck Carrier (PCTC) vessels at China Merchants Heavy Industries Jiangsu. The first five vessels were ordered in October 2022 under a contract with included an option for additional five units, for

Holland Shipyards to build two more coasters for De Bock Maritiem

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Dutch shipbuilder Holland Shipyards has won a contract to build two coasters for compatriot De Bock Maritiem thus expanding its footprint in the shortsea market. The 3.600 DWT vessels, designed by Conoship, will transport dry cargo and have a low air draft, making them suitable for inland waterways and the

Eni and Sonatrach join forces to curb emissions and bolster energy security

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Italian energy giant Eni and Algeria’s state-owned Sonatrach have inked strategic agreements to pool resources with the aim of accelerating the reduction of greenhouse gas and methane emissions while strengthening energy security. Eni reported on Monday, 23 January 2023, that it will work together with Sonatrach to identify opportunities for

Keel laid for Port of Amsterdam’s hydrogen ship

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The keel laying ceremony of the Neo Orbis, a pilot ship for the H2Ships project, has been held at Dutch shipbuilding company Next Generation Shipyards, marking the start of the ship’s construction. H2Ships is the Interreg North-West Europe project that will demonstrate the technical and economic feasibility of hydrogen bunkering and

Eitzen takes majority stake in Høglund Marine Solutions

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Oslo-based Eitzen Group has become a majority shareholder in Høglund Marine Solutions, a compatriot provider of sustainable automation and energy solutions for the maritime industry. Høglund designs and develops smart automation, energy, and digital solutions targeting the optimization of vessels’ operational performance to bolster reliance and have better control of

HEH preparing Stade LNG terminal to receive Dynagas FSRU next winter

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The construction of the new jetty for liquefied gases has officially begun in Stade, Germany, to receive one of the five floating storage and regasification units (FSRUs) chartered by the federal government. According to Hanseatic Energy Hub (HEH), the construction of the new jetty started on 20 January with a

NYK’s new LPG-powered LPG carrier delivered

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Japanese shipbuilder Kawasaki Heavy Industries has delivered new liquefied petroleum gas (LPG)-fueled LPG carrier Lantana Planet to compatriot shipowner Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK). As informed, this vessel is a dual-fuel LPG carrier using LPG and low-sulfur fuel oil, and KHI’s fourth 84,000 cbm LPG carrier adopting a dual-fuel main engine. Furthermore, it

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