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Linde to build largest PEM electrolyzer in Germany

By Adnan Bajic Industrial gasses and engineering major Linde has set out to build, own and operate the world’s largest PEM (Proton Exchange Membrane) electrolyzer plant at the Leuna chemical complex in Germany. The post Linde to build largest PEM electrolyzer in Germany appeared first on Offshore Energy. Read Full Article Here For more great…

Schottel to equip ASKO’s autonomous, electric ferries

By Naida Hakirevic Germany’s propulsion manufacturer Schottel has received a contract to deliver EcoPellers and PumpJets for two autonomous electric ferries ordered by Norway-based ASKO Maritime AS. The post Schottel to equip ASKO’s autonomous, electric ferries appeared first on Offshore Energy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: LNG World News

Holland Shipyards Group to build 3 more hybrid ferries for SFK

By Naida Hakirevic Dutch ship designer and builder Holland Shipyards Group has signed a contract to build three additional hybrid ferries for Germany’s Schlepp- und Fährgesellschaft Kiel (SFK). The post Holland Shipyards Group to build 3 more hybrid ferries for SFK appeared first on Offshore Energy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: LNG…

Germany extends support for LNG conversions

By Adnan Bajic The German government has extended the period in which it provides grants for equipping and converting seagoing vessels to use LNG as a marine fuel. The post Germany extends support for LNG conversions appeared first on Offshore Energy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: LNG World News

Port of Kiel opens new shore power facility at Ostseekai

By Naida Hakirevic Germany’s Port of Kiel has inaugurated the new shore power facility in an effort to reduce hundreds of tons of CO2 emissions and become one of the greenest ports in Europe. The post Port of Kiel opens new shore power facility at Ostseekai appeared first on Offshore Energy. Read Full Article Here…

Novatek opens Europe’s first carbon-neutral LNG station

By Adnan Bajic Novatek’s unit, Novatek Green Energy, has launched its first carbon-neutral LNG fueling station in Rostock, Germany. Illustration only (Courtesy of Novatek) Carbon neutral offsets from a carefully selected portfolio of emission reduction projects, including wind generation projects in developing countries, will be used to compensate for the LNG’s carbon footprint sold to…

Volkswagen opts for fossil-free car transport operations using biofuel

By Naida Hakirevic Marine biofuels supplier GoodFuels has been selected by car manufacturer Volkswagen Group to supply biofuel oil (MR1-100 or BFO) for the group’s shipments. The move is said to represent another major step for sustainable shipping in the car carrier segment. As informed, the Depth RoRo carrier Patara was bunkered with 100% GoodFuels’…

Ørsted and BP strike up green hydrogen partnership in Germany

By Adnan Durakovic Ørsted and the multinational oil and gas major bp have agreed to jointly develop a potential large-scale renewable hydrogen project in Germany powered by offshore wind. The project, which is expected to be operational in 2024, will comprise a 50 MW electrolyser system installed at bp’s Lingen Refinery in North West Germany….

Uniper to re-evaluate Wilhelmshaven LNG plans

By Adnan Bajic Uniper’s LNG Terminal Wilhelmshaven (LTeW) is re-evaluating previous plans for an LNG terminal in Wilhelmshaven, Germany. Courtesy of LTeW The company has taken this step because of market players’ reluctance to make binding bookings for import capacities at the planned terminal in the current circumstances. The procedure for gauging interest from market…