Daily Archives: November 30, 2020

MOL joins initiative to combine wind power and hydrogen fuel cells

By Jasmina Ovcina Japanese shipping major Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) has joined a corporate-academic partnership in a zero-emission initiative called the Wind Hunter Project, seeking new applications for hydrogen fuel and wind power. The project intends to use its rigid, collapsible sail technology developed under the Wind Challenger project on vessels capable of capturing that…

Tellurian names new CEO, adds to board

By Adnan Bajic US LNG export project developer, Tellurian has appointed a new president and CEO, and added to its board of directors. The company said on Monday, it has appointed Octávio Simões as president and CEO, while Jonathan Gross and Jean Abiteboul have been named independent board members. Octávio Simões (Courtesy of Tellurian) Simões…

ExxonMobil opts out of Bass Strait assets sale

By Bojan Lepic U.S. oil and gas major ExxonMobil has called off the potential multibillion-dollar sale of its assets in Australia’s Bass Strait. The post ExxonMobil opts out of Bass Strait assets sale appeared… … Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Energy Today

Eco Atlantic lands reissued licences offshore Namibia

By Bojan Lepic Oil firm Eco Atlantic Oil & Gas has successfully negotiated the reissuance of its four licences in the Walvis Basin offshore Namibia conditional to customary final government signature. The post… … Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Energy Today

Cheniere-chartered GasLog Galveston completes sea trials

By Adnan Bajic Greece-based LNG shipper GasLog has reached a new milestone with its newbuild carrier, Gaslog Galveston. Courtesy of GasLog The vessel, with Hull Number 2301, built at the South Korean Samsung Heavy Industries yard, has wrapped up sea trials during the past week. GasLog Galveston, capable of transporting up to 174,000 cubic meters…

Wärtsilä bags tech order for Finnline’s hybrid ferries duo

By Adnan Bajic The Finnish technology group Wärtsilä has been contracted to supply its technologies for two Finnlines ferries being built by China Merchants Jinling Shipyard (Weihai) in China. Courtesy of Finnlines The two Superstar vessels will operate between Finland and Sweden across the Baltic Sea. They will feature Wärtsilä 46F main engines, thrusters, and…