Daily Archives: July 3, 2020

Green target met ahead of schedule: Yang Ming cuts CO2 emissions by 51 pct

By Naida Hakirevic Eleven years ahead of schedule, Taiwanese shipping company Yang Ming Marine Transport Corporation managed to accomplish the International Maritime Organization (IMO) target of reducing carbon intensity by at least 40 per cent by 2030. As informed, Yang Ming fleet’s average carbon intensity — CO2 emissions per transport work — per TEU/km significantly…

AGL releases Crib Point LNG EES

By Adnan Bajic Australian utility AGL Energy has issued the Environmental Effects Statement (EES) for the Gas import jetty and pipeline project at Crib Point, Victoria. Courtesy of AGL The company, together with APA Group have called on public comments to be submitted over a 40-day period starting from July 2 2020. The two companies…

U.S. offshore rig count climbs to 12 units

By Bojan Lepic The number of offshore rigs in the U.S. climbed up by one unit over the last week, according to a report by Baker Hughes Company. The post U.S. offshore rig count climbs to 12 units appeared first… … Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Energy Today

Golar Power and Galileo in Brazil LNG fuel move

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 Infrastructure Partners, says…

TGE scores Avonmouth LNG conversion job

By Mirza Duran Germany-based TGE Gas Engineering has secured a contract from Flogas Britain for the conversion of the Avonmouth LNG facility into an LPG terminal. Avonmouth LNG (Image: Flogas Britain) National Grid closed the storage facility back in April 2016 as it was approaching the end of its technical life. The terminal was previously…