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In focus: Out with the oil, in with the new! Or is it?

By Adrijana Buljan The keyword in energy transition is transition, a process that often involves constant tweaking and going back and forth between the gains and benefits of the old, and the betterment that will come with the new. In the energy sector, this is reflected in the moves of governments, and developments and insights…

LNG-fueled CLdN Faustine to serve Gothenburg-Zeebrugge route

By Sanja Pekic Luxembourg-based shipping group CLdN’s LNG-fueled newbuild CLdN Faustine will serve the route between the Port of Gothenburg and Zeebrugge, bringing environmental benefits. The post LNG-fueled CLdN Faustine to serve Gothenburg-Zeebrugge route appeared first on Offshore Energy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: LNG World News

GECF: Blue ammonia’s role in energy transition

By Sanja Pekic In its expert commentary, the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) has revealed the potential and benefits of blue ammonia as a clean fuel of the future. The post GECF: Blue ammonia’s role in energy transition appeared first on Offshore Energy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: LNG World News

ExxonMobil earns $2.7 billion in first quarter of 2021

By Bojan Lepic U.S. supermajor ExxonMobil booked a quarterly profit due to benefits of higher commodity prices and structural cost reductions. The post ExxonMobil earns $2.7 billion in first quarter of 2021… … Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Energy Today

New paper highlights BioLNG’s decarbonization potential

By Adnan Bajic BioLNG has been touted as the fuel that will enable the decarbonization of maritime and road transport. Illustration only (Courtesy of Port of Rotterdam) A joint paper issued by the European Biogas Association (EBA), Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE), the Natural & Bio Gas Vehicle Association (NGVA Europe), and SEA-LNG, demonstrates the benefits…

EPIK adds bunkering services to proposed Newcastle GasDock LNG project

By Adnan Bajic South Korea’s Energy Projects and Infrastructure Korea (EPIK) plans to add LNG bunkering services at its proposed Newcastle GasDock LNG import terminal in New South Wales, Australia. Courtesy of EPIK The addition of the LNG bunkering services aims to support the maritime industry in its shift towards cleaner-burning marine fuel, EPIK said…