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Interview with Bureau Veritas: US LNG permitting freeze could unleash upsurge in renewables and hydrogen

February 19, 2024

Via: Offshore Energy

As nations around the globe continue to grapple with the effects of climate change, the enormous appetite for oil and natural gas is locking horns with the ever-increasing desire to transition away from fossil fuels and move to low-carbon and […]


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ABS publishes requirements for hydrogen-fueled vessels

June 7, 2023

Via: Offshore Energy

ABS said the publication, named ABS Requirements for Hydrogen Fueled Vessels, is a continuation of its attention to alternative fuels. It mentioned projects such as the ABS-classed, Glosten-designed, hydrogen-fueled research vessel for the University of California San Diego’s Scripps Institution […]


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DNV: Oil demand in transport sector to half by 2050 with maritime transitioning to a mix of fuels

May 4, 2023

Via: Offshore Energy

Today, transport of passengers and goods accounts for about a quarter of global energy-related CO2 emissions, a share that will grow to 30% by 2050. Therefore, opportunities to accelerate change through pilot projects and uptake of alternative energy need to […]


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US ports to build out nearly $50 bln in green infrastructure over the next decade

February 28, 2023

Via: Offshore Energy

The survey covered AAPA’s membership and showed that ports are most interested in electric cargo handling equipment, shore power for vessels at berth, electric grid infrastructure, and hydrogen energy infrastructure. AAPA is the voice of more than 130 public port […]


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Port of Rotterdam: €3 bln invested in energy transition projects in 2022

February 23, 2023

Via: Offshore Energy

Some of these projects include investments in a major biorefinery and Europe’s largest green-hydrogen plant. To remind, in July 2022 subsidiaries of Shell have taken the final investment decision (FID) to build Holland Hydrogen I, which will be Europe’s largest […]


Impact & Regulations

Baker Hughes, FFI to jointly pursue hydrogen, ammonia and geothermal projects

January 31, 2023

Via: Offshore Energy

Under the MoU, Baker Hughes and FFI will jointly explore potential opportunities for the scale-up and adoption of novel technology solutions for green hydrogen, green ammonia and geothermal projects. For hydrogen and ammonia development, the collaboration will leverage Baker Hughes’ […]


Impact & Regulations

Chart and Flowserve forge ties on hydrogen as cleaner fuel source

November 1, 2022

Via: Offshore Energy

Chart Industries and Flowserve Corporation have entered into an agreement to support the growth of hydrogen as an alternative, cleaner fuel source. Under the agreement, Flowserve will acquire in-process R&D related to Chart’s liquid hydrogen fueling pump and will be […]


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Woodside and JBIC ink ‘historic’ deal to collaborate in LNG and new energy sectors

November 1, 2022

Via: Offshore Energy

This deal, which was described as the ‘historic non-binding MoU’, was signed on 1 November 2022. It aims to promote cooperation in the liquefied natural gas (LNG) sector and the development of new energy products and lower-carbon services. Under the […]


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Port of Rotterdam expanding hydrogen and CO2 transport capacity

September 20, 2022

Via: Offshore Energy

The Dutch Port of Rotterdam has awarded compatriot Swietelsky Rail Benelux with a contract for the construction of a new pipeline strip along the Moezelweg to increase hydrogen and CO2 transport capacity. According to the Port of Rotterdam Authority, the […]


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How hydrogen could help decarbonize transportation — Net-Zero Carbon

May 31, 2022

Via: FreightWaves

On this episode of Net-Zero Carbon, Danny Gomez, managing director of financial and emerging markets at FreightWaves, is joined by Mike Hopkins, CEO of Bakken Energy, to discuss the basics of hydrogen and why hydrogen is an attractive fuel source […]


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LNG Bunker Fuels Are Only Transitionary: Will Hydrogen Take Over in the Long Run?

December 13, 2021

Via: Hellenic Shipping News

LNG bunker fuels are gaining traction as a way to reduce emissions “right here and right now” among many members of the shipping community. However, it’s only ever going to be a bridging fuel. In its latest weekly report, Gibson […]


Vehicles

MAN gas engines hydrogen-ready

November 4, 2021

Via: Offshore Energy

As such, the company’s gas engines are now H2-ready and capable of exploiting hydrogen to further reduce CO2 emissions. This enables MAN gas engines to meet Level B requirements of the European Engine Power Plants Association’s (EUGINE) H2-readiness standard. “Flexible […]


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Hyundai Nexo Review: The Hydrogen Fuel Cell-Powered Electric SUV

February 22, 2019

Via: Wired

Watching the Hyundai pull into the parking spot, I cringe a bit with the stress that strikes when I feel like I’m holding other people up. The car is wiggling backward and forward, backward and forward, trying to fit into […]


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The Boat Circling the Planet on Renewable Energy and Hydrogen

July 5, 2018

Via: Wired

VICTORIEN ERUSSARD, AN experienced ocean racer from the city of Saint-Malo in the north of France, was halfway through a dash across the Atlantic when he lost all power. Sails kept the boat moving, but Erussard relied on an engine […]


Travel & Public Transit

Do hydrogen powered trains make sense?

November 14, 2017

Via: TreeHugger

The Province of Ontario, Canada is looking at introducing hydrogen-powered commuter trains, as part of its commitment to get off diesel and go electric. Does this make sense? For a very long time, I have been skeptical of hydrogen as […]