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    Energy security a key concern for DTEK


    As part of its goal to increase the country’s energy security, Ukraine is beginning the first stage of its preparations to join the European Association for the Cooperation of Transmission System Operators (ENTSO-E).

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    Decarbonisation drive boosts ammonia market


    According to ammonia and nitrogen product manufacturer OCI NV, a growth in the demand for clean ammonia as a tool for decarbonisation initiatives and sustainable fuels could help boost the ammonia market over the medium term.

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    Malta’s LNG deal helps stabilise rising energy costs


    As energy costs continue to rise in the UK and throughout Europe, island nation Malta has seen its prices remain stable due to a deal struck in 2014 with Azerbaijan’s SOCAR (State Oil Company of the Azerbaijan Republic).

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    LNG: an essential part of the European energy mix


    As global industry begins to concentrate on reducing harmful emissions from its processes, the pressure on substituting fossil-based fuels with sustainable and renewable alternatives has never been greater. Further adoption of lower carbon fuels such as liquefied natural gas (LNG) is one way by which companies have sought to reduce ...

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    HAM launches new CNG-LNG mobile service station


    Spanish developer of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and compressed natural gas (CNG) service stations, HAM Group (HAM), has announced EDUX, a mobile service station which will allow users to store and refuel LNG to all types of trucks and heavy vehicles, in addition to providing the ability to refuel CNG.

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    CO2 Capsol, HZI collaborate on CCUS for Waste to Energy


    As decarbonisation initiatives take hold the world over, key players in the Waste to Energy (WtE) industry are beginning to investigate carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) initiatives to lower the harmful emissions produced from plants.

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    CO2OLHEAT delivers waste heat recovery project updates


    CO2OLHEAT, a waste heat-to-power initiative funded by EU Horizon 2020, has released further details of the project’s roadmap.

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    INEOS advances net zero plans with low-carbon hydrogen plant


    Energy company INEOS is pushing ahead with its net zero ambitions by constructing a low-carbon hydrogen manufacturing plant to help decarbonise its businesses at the company’s Grangemouth site.

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    Carburos Metálicos to supply first urban bus line with 100% hydrogen in Madrid


    Spanish industrial and medical gases specialist Carburos Metálicos, part of Air Products Group, has boosted its hydrogen operations in Madrid, Spain, through its supply of renewable hydrogen to the Alsa urban bus line.

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    Woodside awards KBR engineering contract for liquid hydrogen facility


    Cryogenic liquified natural gas (LNG) solutions expert KBR will provide a front-end engineering design (FEED) for Woodside Energy’s (Woodside) proposed H2OK liquid hydrogen production facility project in Ardmore, Oklahoma.

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    European Energy in joint venture to acquire Danish biogas producer


    Renewable energy solutions provider European Energy has entered a joint venture with multi-family office Maigaard & Molbech to acquire Vinkel Bioenergi, a Danish biogas producer, on behalf of private investor Bo Bendtsen.

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    FueLNG pushes LNG adoption in Singapore


    A joint venture between Keppel Offshore & Marine Ltd (Keppel) and Shell Eastern Petroleum (Pte) Ltd (Shell) is contributing significantly to the growth of Singapore’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry following a stellar 2021, which saw the company, FueLNG, conduct more than 460 LNG-related operations.

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    McDermott wins contract for QatarEnergy LNG project


    The State of Qatar’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) production capacity is set to skyrocket from 77 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) to 126 mtpa following QatarEnergy’s awarding of an engineering, procurement, construction, and installation (EPCI) contract to energy industry solutions company McDermott Middle East (McDermott).

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    Pavilion Energy to supply China with LNG


    A ‘small-scale’ liquefied natural gas (LNG) deal has been signed between Pavilion Energy Trading & Supply (Pavilion Energy) and Zhejiang Hangjiaxin Clean Energy (Hangjiaxin).

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    Editor’s Picks: My Top 10 from 2021


    gasworld Global Managing Editor Rob Cockerill counts down his top 10 stories of the industrial gas year. At number six, a personal favourite – the potential in synthetic fuels and a discussion with a legend in Formula One (F1) motor racing, former Mercedes executive director, Paddy Lowe.

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    Woodside and partners join forces to study liquid hydrogen supply chain


    An agreement has been signed between Woodside Energy (Woodside) and several other industrial gas companies to study the feasibility of a long-term, stable supply chain of sustainable liquid hydrogen (LH2) from Western Australia to Singapore, with the possibility of Japan.

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    Offshore wind turbines – Tough nuts to crack


    Florian Lang, Dipl.-Ing.(FH), Expert Thermal Processes, Linde, talks about the incredible growth in the wind power sector and the demands this places on components, fabrication and in turn, the gases industry.

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    Woodside and Viva Energy join forces in LNG regasification agreement


    An agreement has been entered into between Australia liquefied natural gas (LNG) pioneer Woodside Energy (Woodside) and Viva Energy (Viva) which could see LNG supplied to the east coast of Australia.

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    Imperial Helium to begin drilling of second Steveville well


    Canada-based helium exploration and development company Imperial Helium Corp (IHC) will commence drilling at its second future producing helium well on the Steveville Structure, IHC-Steveville-3 located in Alberta, Canada.

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    Chart, Howden to deliver ‘advanced’ hydrogen solutions


    Independent equipment manufacturer Chart Industries (Chart) is partnering with air and gas handling solutions company Howden to advance the energy transition by developing and providing advanced hydrogen solutions.