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Origin eyes green hydrogen project in Tasmania

Rate this article By Adnan Bajic Australia’s power and gas retailer Origin Energy has launched a $3.2 million feasibility study on green hydrogen and ammonia in Tasmania. Courtesy of Origin Energy The company said on Tuesday it aims to look into the potential of building an export-scale green hydrogen and ammonia plant in Bell Bay….

ExxonMobil, JERA team up on Vietnamese LNG-to-power project

Rate this article By Adnan Bajic US-based energy giant ExxonMobil, Japan’s power utility JERA have teamed up to develop an LNG-to-power project in Vietnam. Illustration only (Courtesy of ExxonMobil) Through its unit ExxonMobil Hai Phong Energy (EMPHE), ExxonMobil signed a memorandum of understanding with JERA and Hai Phong People’s Committee. Under the agreement, the trio…

Equinor selects Aibel for Krafla engineering study

Rate this article By Nermina Kulovic Aibel has been awarded a field engineering, concept optimisation and definition study for Equinor’s unmanned process platform at the Krafla field. The post Equinor selects Aibel for Krafla… … Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Energy Today

Study to look into hydrogen use in maritime industry

Rate this article By Adnan Bajic OERA, an independent, non-profit organization based in Canada’s Nova Scotia has launched a study into the role hydrogen could play in maritime”s energy transition. Illustration only (Courtesy of DNV GL) OERA leads the study funded by Heritage Gas Limited, Liberty Utilities, the Nova Scotia Department of Energy & Mines…

Teamwork adapts Symphony to North Sea waves

Rate this article By Adis Ajdin Dutch tech developer Teamwork Technology has redesigned its Symphony wave energy system to fit North Sea wave characteristics. Symphony’s initial design was for the Atlantic waves as seen at the coast of Portugal or Scotland. Symphony is a point absorbing WEC that converts the wave motion into an internal…

Japanese majors launch cross-industry initiative for zero-emission ship fuels

Rate this article By Jasmina Ovcina Nine Japanese industry majors, including shipping companies and shipyards, have joined forces in the Ship Carbon Recycling Working Group with the aim of studying carbon recycling for the purpose of powering ships. Participating members include EX Research Institute Ltd., Hitachi Zosen Corporation, JFE Steel Corporation, JGC Corporation, Mitsui O.S.K….

Methanol Institute joins China’s study of methanol as marine fuel

Rate this article By Naida Hakirevic The Methanol Institute (MI) has joined a study led by the China Waterborne Transportation Research Institute (CWTRI), the think tank of the Chinese Ministry of Transport, which will consider the technical and operational requirements for the use of methanol as a marine fuel. The study will create comprehensive guidance…

Santos commissions Cooper basin hydrogen study

Rate this article By Adnan Bajic Australian LNG player Santos has commenced a concept study on decarbonising Cooper Basin natural gas at its source to make “blue” hydrogen. Courtesy of Santos The concept study has been awarded to GHD, Santos said in its statement. Santos managing director and chief executive officer Kevin Gallagher said that…

API: U.S. LNG exports cut GHG emissions in power production

Rate this article By Adnan Bajic A study commissioned by the American Petroleum Institute (API) stressed that using U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) in power generation significantly cuts GHG emissions. Courtesy of Cheniere The study conducted by researchers at ICF examines the environmental benefits of U.S. natural gas use in China, Germany, and India, finding…