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Next Wave of North American LNG Export Projects to Face Labor Challenges

Jul 10, 2023

A coming wave of North American liquefied natural gas (LNG) export projects faces staffing challenges that are prompting some of the biggest developers to expand training and coordinate projects to keep construction workers.There are eight export…

Canada's First LNG Terminal in 'Encouraging' Talks with British Columbia on Electrification

Jul 06, 2023

The CEO of LNG Canada, the Shell-led liquefied natural gas export project in British Columbia, said on Thursday discussions with the province about electrifying a second phase of the terminal have been 'encouraging' but building new power transmission infrastructure remains a long way off…

AiP for Aurelia's Bulk Carrier "Green Retrofit" Solution

Jun 27, 2023

RINA awarded an Approval in Principle (AiP) for a green retrofit package solution designed by Aurelia, in partnership with Econowind, Wattlab and Vertom, aimed to meet CO2 reduction targets in compliance with CII. The retrofit package can be…

Port of Oakland Adds Geothermal to Clean Energy Portfolio

Jun 21, 2023

The Port of Oakland’s Board of Port Commissioners recently agreed to purchase up to $13.5 million worth of geothermal energy over 12 years. Geothermal offers a clean, reliable and 100 percent renewable energy source that will be used by the Port and its tenants at the seaport and airport…

China Banks "Massive Volume" of Crude in May

Jun 19, 2023

China added to crude oil stockpiles at the fastest rate in nearly three years in May, as robust imports outweighed near-record refinery processing.A total of 1.77 million barrels per day (bpd) was added to inventories in May, the most since July 2020 and reversing the small…

Spain's Energy Firms Look to Central Europe Markets for Green Hydrogen Deals

Jun 14, 2023

Spanish oil company Cepsa signed on Wednesday two agreements aimed at shipping green hydrogen between Spain and the Netherlands, a day after renewable energy giant Iberdrola took a similar step.The two Spanish companies are vying to become green hydrogen leaders…

Black Sea Grain Deal Could Hinge on Ammonia Pipeline

Jun 06, 2023

A possible extension next month of a deal allowing the safe wartime export of grains and fertilizers from three Ukrainian Black Sea ports could hinge on the reopening of a pipeline that delivers Russian ammonia to one of those Ukrainian ports…

Plans Announced for LNG Export Facility in U.S. Gulf of Mexico

Jun 01, 2023

Grand Isle LNG is proposing to build an LNG export facility, thirteen miles south of Grand Isle, Louisiana, in Plaquemines Parish, promising significant economic benefits to the region.The proposed deepwater port is a platform-based modular design…

H2Shore: Port of Aberdeen and Subsea 7 to Explore Feasibility of Subsea Hydrogen Storage

May 30, 2023

Port of Aberdeen and Subsea 7 have secured a grant of £150,000 from the Scottish Government to investigate the feasibility of storing hydrogen underwater at the new Aberdeen South Harbour.The 'H2Shore - Hydrogen coastal storage and distribution'…

Ørsted Breaks Ground on FlagshipONE E-Methanol Project

May 24, 2023

Ørsted broke ground on Europe’s largest e-methanol project, FlagshipONE, on May 24.FlagshipONE will start production in 2025 and will produce 50,000 tonnes of e-methanol annually. The maritime sector is a key target for the methanol. Currently…

Glamox LEDs Helps Stena Line Ferries Cut Electricity Use

May 24, 2023

Glamox AS is undertaking a major project to retrofit Stena Line’s fleet of passenger ferries with energy-efficient LED lighting. Replacing mainly fluorescent luminaires with LED luminaires will enable Stena Line to reduce electricity used for lighting by 60 percent…

TotalEnergies Prepares for Mozambique LNG Restart

May 23, 2023

French energy company TotalEnergies will make good on an action plan to address the rights of residents near its Mozambique LNG project over the summer, the oil major said on Tuesday, taking a step closer towards a restart.'At this time there is no date for a restart…

US LNG Exports Go Full Steam Ahead

May 01, 2023

U.S. producers of liquefied natural gas (LNG) exported at top capacity in April for a second consecutive month, with over two-thirds of shipments bound for Europe and rising volumes to Latin America, Refinitiv Eikon data showed on Monday.Following…

Alternative Maritime Power Solutions Key to Greener Ports

Apr 20, 2023

Alternative maritime power solutions are key to greener ports as the regulatory landscape increasingly favors shore power capabilities, according to a recently published whitepaper from maritime equipment manufacturer ERMA FIRST.The new whitepaper…

Oil Exports from Russia's Western Ports Hit 4-year High

Apr 19, 2023

Oil loadings from Russia's key western ports in April will rise to the highest level since 2019, above 2.4 million barrels per day (bpd) despite Moscow's pledge to cut output, trading and shipping sources said.Russian crude exports and transit from the ports of Primorsk…

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