Daily Archives: October 14, 2021

TECO 2030 fuel cells for Chemgas Shipping’s hydrogen-powered vessels

By Naida Hakirevic Prevljak Norwegian maritime cleantech company TECO 2030 ASA has signed a supply frame agreement with the Dutch shipowner Chemgas Shipping BV for the delivery of fuel cell modules. The post TECO 2030 fuel cells for Chemgas Shipping’s hydrogen-powered vessels appeared first on Offshore Energy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles:…

Corvus marks 500th project order with 3 zero-emission harbor tugs

By Sanja Pekic Norway’s energy storage company Corvus Energy has marked its 500th project order with three zero-emission harbor tugs to be built by Turkish Sanmar Shipyards to serve Canada’s Kitimat LNG project. The post Corvus marks 500th project order with 3 zero-emission harbor tugs appeared first on Offshore Energy. Read Full Article Here For…

AET wraps up its first-ever US LNG bunkering

By Naida Hakirevic Prevljak AET, a Singapore-based petroleum logistics unit of Malaysian energy logistics group MISC Berhad, has completed its first-ever LNG bunkering in the United States. The post AET wraps up its first-ever US LNG bunkering appeared first on Offshore Energy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: LNG World News

Mitsui hires IINO’s ammonia fuel-ready carrier

By Fatima Bahtić Japan’s shipping company Mitsui & Co., Ltd. has signed a time charter agreement with compatriot firm IINO Kaiun Kaisha for a 23,000 cbm ammonia fuel-ready ammonia carrier. The post Mitsui hires IINO’s ammonia fuel-ready carrier appeared first on Offshore Energy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: LNG World News

Golar secures a 1-year fixed-time charter for LNG carrier

By Sanja Pekic LNG shipper Golar has secured a one-year fixed-time charter for one of its LNG carriers, generating approximately $36.5 million of revenue. The post Golar secures a 1-year fixed-time charter for LNG carrier appeared first on Offshore Energy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: LNG World News

DOE picks Shell-led consortium to prove LH2 storage technology

By Sanja Pekic The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has selected Shell-led consortium to demonstrate the feasibility and cost-effectiveness of large-scale liquid hydrogen (LH2) storage tank. The post DOE picks Shell-led consortium to prove LH2 storage technology appeared first on Offshore Energy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: LNG World News

Gazprom collaborates with Russian government on hydrogen energy

By Sanja Pekic Russian gas company Gazprom has signed an agreement of intent with the goverment to advance the hi-tech area of developing hydrogen energy and decarbonization of industry and transport in the country. The post Gazprom collaborates with Russian government on hydrogen energy appeared first on Offshore Energy. Read Full Article Here For more…