Tagged Expansion

FortisBC to expand its Tilbury LNG storage

By Sanja Pekic FortisBC, the natural gas and LNG utility from Canada, made a step forward in its Tilbury LNG Storage Expansion project by applying to the BC Utilities Commission (BCUC) for approval. The post FortisBC to expand its Tilbury LNG storage appeared first on Offshore Energy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles:…

Flex LNG takes delivery of its eleventh newbuild

By sanjapekic Flex LNG, a pure-play LNG carrier company, has kicked off 2021 with the expansion of its fleet. The post Flex LNG takes delivery of its eleventh newbuild appeared first on Offshore Energy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: LNG World News

Green light to Neptune for Gjøa expansion start-up

By Nermina Kulovic Norwegian authorities have granted consent for the start-up of two new wells on the Neptune Energy-operated Gjøa field in the North Sea. The post Green light to Neptune for Gjøa expansion start-up… … Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Energy Today

Anthony Veder expands fleet

By Adnan Bajic The Dutch shipping company Anthony Veder has continued the expansion of its fleet. Courtesy of Anthony Veder The company said it has taken delivery of Excalibur, a 4,5000-cbm Ethylene carrier. The vessel will be renamed Coral Siderea following its delivery in the Port of Rotterdam. With the addition of the new vessel,…

Japan pushes ahead with ammonia as a shipping fuel of the future

By Jasmina Ovcina Japan is planning to introduce ammonia as fuel into the shipping industry and make it commercially available in the late 2020s as part of its efforts to go carbon-neutral by 2050. The solution was examined at today’s meeting of the fuel ammonia council, which was established back in October. The council is…

GasLog launches Cheniere-chartered LNG newbuild

By Adnan Bajic Greece-based LNG shipper GasLog reached a new milestone with its fleet expansion program. Courtesy of GasLog The company noted in a brief statement through its social media channels that the SN2311 was launched at the Samsung Heavy Industries Shipyard in South Korea. The vessel, to be named GasLog Wellington, will feature X-DF…

First Gen Corp gets permit for interim LNG terminal

By Adnan Bajic Philippine First Gen Corporation said its unit, FGEN LNG, received a DoE permit to built an interim offshore LNG terminal in Batangas City. Illustration only. Courtesy of Höegh LNG The Department of Energy granted a permit for the construction, expansion, rehabilitation and modification (PCERM) of the facility in the First Gen Clean…

Germans and Scots set up offshore wind and green hydrogen co-op

By Nadja Skopljak German wind industry association WAB e.V. has signed a three-year cooperation agreement with Scottish partner DeepWind to collaborate for the expansion of offshore wind and the development of a market for green hydrogen from wind energy. WAB and DeepWind plan to exchange and analyze information, experiences and knowledge and keep each other…

Petrobras completes Guanabara Bay LNG record flowrate test

By Adnan Bajic Brazilian oil and gas major Petrobras claimed a new world record for regasification with an FSRU. Courtesy of Petrobras The company said it has completed the operation test with a flowrate of 30 million cubic meters per day of natural gas at the Guanabara Bay liquefied natural gas regasification terminal in Rio…

Air Products tech selected for Qatar’s LNG expansion project

By Adnan Bajic LNG tech specialist, Air Products, has been selected to provide its equipment for the first phase of Qatar Petroleum’s LNG production expansion project. Courtesy of Air Products On Tuesday, Air Products said it will provide its proprietary AP-X natural gas liquefaction process technology and equipment to Qatargas for the first phase of…