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‘BioLNG makes carbon neutrality a reality for EU transport’


Today, the European Biogas Association (EBA), Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE), the Natural & Bio Gas Vehicle Association (NGVA Europe), and SEA-LNG published a joint paper, which demonstrates the concrete benefits of using BioLNG to decarbonise hard to abate transport sectors

Wind power strengthens as decarbonisation drive becomes more urgent


Harnessing the power of the wind to supplement thrust developed by ships’ engines is now a key focus as shipping’s decarbonisation process becomes more pressing. Traditionally viewed with benign scepticism by shipping folk based on wind variance and the practical

MOL’s New App Boosts Efficiency with Real-time Processing of Ship Operational Data


Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. to yesterday announced that, along with MOL Group company MOL Information Systems, Ltd. (MOLIS; President: Tsuyoshi Yoshida, Headquarters: Minato-ku, Tokyo), it has developed and introduced the Online ABLOG(Note 1) web application(Note 2), which processes and utilizes

Shipping should seize the opportunity of low carbon Methanol


The combination of market mechanisms and regulatory instruments will be the defining feature of shipping’s journey to decarbonization. Though regulation remains critical to implementation, the drive from the industry will accelerate the process.

In both cases though, perceptions about zero carbon

Golar and Black & Veatch Announce Collaboration in Floating Ammonia Production, Carbon Capture, Green LNG and other emer


Golar LNG Limited announced yesterday that it has agreed with Black & Veatch Corporation (“B&V”) to expand on their long-standing FLNG relationship and enter into a collaboration agreement in the field of floating ammonia production, carbon capture, green LNG and

Shipping industry’s CO2 footprint projected to grow despite efficiency gains


An ageing fleet of ships and historically low levels of newbuild activity present significant challenges to the International Maritime Organization’s goal of reducing overall CO2 emissions from the shipping industry.

The latest analysis of CO2 emissions based on vessel tracking data

The Gulf of Mexico saw its largest decrease in crude oil production since 2008 in August


In August 2020, the Federal Offshore Gulf of Mexico (GOM) saw its largest monthly decrease in production of crude oil since September 2008, dropping by 453,000 barrels per day (b/d), or 27%. Production of crude oil in the GOM totaled

LNG dual-fueled vessels make 10 % of tanker orders in 2020


Risavika LNG front month has increased by 2.4 % week on week to 24.60 EUR/MWh. Colder weather forecast for the rest of November supported European front month gas prices. Still the gas supply side remains healthy and number of LNG

Global discovered oil and gas resources set to reach 10 billion boe in 2020, Russia in the lead


Despite concerns that Covid-19 could drive down discovered volumes to their lowest levels in decades, exploration activity has been resilient this year. Found resources already exceed 8 billion barrels of oil equivalent (boe) and are projected to settle at around

IAPH-WPSP Barometer Week 45 – upticks in hinterland delays as well as port storage utilization levels for medicines, foo


The International Association of Ports and Harbors WPSP COVID 19 Task Force has released its fourteenth report since April and the initial outbreak of COVID19 on a global scale.

The report, complied by Professors Theo Notteboom and Thanos Palis, is based

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