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Battery-powered, autonomous offshore wind guard vessel introduced

Rate this article By Adrijana Buljan A consortium comprising C-Job Naval Architects, LISA, SeaZip Offshore Service, Sea Machines, MARIN, and eL-Tec elektrotechnologie has unveiled a concept design for an Autonomous Guard Vessel (AGV), to be used for surveillance of offshore wind infrastructure, from wind farms to substation platforms and cable routes. The vessel, whose design…

Polish LNG terminal receives milestone 100th cargo

Rate this article By Adnan Bajic Polish LNG import facility, the President Lech Kaczyński terminal in Świnoujście, has been delivered its milestone 100th cargo of the chilled fuel. Courtesy of Polskie LNG The cargo was delivered onboard Al Safliya, a Q-Flex vessel with a cargo-carrying capacity of 210,000 cbm of LNG, from Qatar. According to…

Golar Power and Galileo in Brazil LNG fuel move

Rate this article By Mirza Duran Golar Power has teamed up with Argentina’s Galileo Technologies to expand its LNG footprint in Brazil. LNG production station (Image: Galileo Technologies) Under the deal, Galileo will provide gas conditioning, distributed LNG production, LNG filling stations and regasification plants. Golar Power, a joint venture of Golar LNG and Stonepeak…

Fluxys test interest for Zeebrugge LNG truck loading capacity

Rate this article By Adnan Bajic Belgian gas infrastructure company and Zeebrugge LNG terminal operator, Fluxys has set out to test market interest for the facility’s truck loading capacity. Coutesy of Fluxys Belgium – Franck Duez From June 17, until July 17, 2020, Fluxys is running a call for market interest regarding the expansion of…

Chevron files Gorgon expansion plan for NOPSEMA review

Rate this article By Adnan Bajic US energy giant Chevron has filed an environmental plan to NOPSEMA addressing the installation of the subsea infrastructure associated with the Gorgon stage 2 project. The post Chevron files Gorgon… … Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Energy Today

Gasum lines up four new LNG-fueling stations

Rate this article By Adnan Bajic The Nordic energy company Gasum has set its sights on opening four new LNG-fueling stations during the summer of 2020. Courtesy of Gasum The company currently operates 22 LNG fueling stations for the heavy-duty vehicle segment across the Nordics. It will further expand its network by adding new stations…

Eni, KOGAS ink LNG MoU

Rate this article By Adnan Bajic Italian oil and gas company Eni signed an energy and LNG sector cooperation MoU with Korea Gas Corporation. Courtesy of Eni The memorandum of understanding was signed by Eni CEO Claudio Descalzi and KOGAS president and CEO Hee-bong Chae. Under the agreement, the companies aim to identify specific cooperation…

Blue Economy CRC kicks off 17 new research projects

Rate this article By Adis Ajdin The Blue Economy Cooperative Research Centre (BECRC) has recently commissioned 17 short-term scoping projects as part of its research agenda. These industry-focused projects involve collaboration between industry and research partners and will guide the CRC’s future. The new projects, spreading across the five BECRC research areas, involve collaboration with…

Jemena plans to connect Port Kembla LNG facility to EGP

Rate this article By Adnan Bajic Australia’s energy infrastructure company, Jemena, has submitted plans to the New South Wales government to connect a proposed LNG import terminal at Port Kembla to the Eastern Gas Pipeline (EGP). Courtesy of Australian Industrial Energy Jemena’s managing director, Frank Tudor, said the company has also advanced plans to modify…