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    Baker Hughes awarded LNG contract for Pluto Train 2


    Liquefied natural gas (LNG) expert Baker Hughes has announced that it has been awarded a contract by Bechtel to provide its turbine and compressor technology for the Pluto Train 2 LNG train project in Australia.

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    HAM delivers LNG refuelling station to Novatek


    Spanish energy company HAM Group has successfully delivered a liquefied natural gas (LNG) refuelling station to Novatek Green Energy, a subsidiary of Novatek PAO.

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    Korea to reduce CO2 with 'world’s first' LNG-cooled data centre


    Two South Korean companies have joined forces to develop a data centre that uses liquefied natural gas (LNG) to help reduce the heat generated during operation of IT servers.

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    ExxonMobil to invest $15bn in low carbon solutions


    Over the next six years, energy giant ExxonMobil (Exxon) will inject more than $15bn in schemes to help lower greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across its range of operations.

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    Japan and Canada sign clean energy agreement


    Japan’s state-controlled energy agency JOGMEC (Japan Oil, Gas and Metals Nationals Corporation) will work with the Province of Alberta, Canada to study carbon capture and storage (CCS), and hydrogen and ammonia production.

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    ASCO pushes for sustainability with energy arm relaunch


    Global integrated logistics and materials management company ASCO is driving towards a carbon neutral future following the relaunch of its energy industry recruitment arm, OBM.

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    SIAD managing BOG at first Italian LNG facility


    The SIAD Group’s engineering company SIAD Macchine Impianti (SIAD MI) is operating a re-liquefaction plant for the boil-off gas (BOG) located at a liquefied natural gas (LNG) storage facility owned by Depositi Italiani GNL – DIG (a joint effort between PIR group, Edison, and Enegas) at the Port of Ravenna, ...

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    Renewable energy storage must reach grid net zero by 2040, says report


    A major report released by the Long Duration Energy Storage (LDES) Council has revealed the extent by which renewable energy storage technologies could contribute to global industry reaching net zero targets by 2040.

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    DNV accelerates energy transition with new hydrogen lab


    Independent energy expert and assurance provider DNV has made further steps towards reducing emissions from hard-to-abate sectors by opening a dedicated hydrogen testing and research laboratory to evaluate hydrogen transportation and storage materials.

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    Pavilion Energy and partners launch GHG framework for LNG cargoes


    Three energy companies have teamed up to launch a quantification and reporting methodology to provide a framework for greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions resulting from delivered liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes.

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    South Africa’s first LNG cargo received by DNG


    South Africa’s energy market witnessed an historic moment as company DNG Energy (DNG) received the country’s first ever liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Rotterdam, Netherlands.

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    LNG association announces carbon neutral LNG cargo framework


    The International Group of Liquefied Natural Gas Importers (GIIGLNL) has sought to identify and tackle greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the liquefied natural gas (LNG) production value chain with the launch of a new framework.

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    Siemens implements AM platform at Schaeffler


    The Additive Manufacturing (AM) Network platform developed by Siemens Digital Industries Software (Siemens) will help to boost production and digitalise the AM workflow at automotive and industrial supplier Schaeffler, following the implementation of its technology.

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    Norway, Netherlands sign CCS deal


    A Dutch-Norwegian deal has taken place that will see the nations collaborate in developing carbon capture and storage (CCS) solutions in the North Sea.

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    Shell, Baker Hughes partner to hasten energy transition


    Shell Global Solutions BV (Shell) has signed a deal with energy technology company Baker Hughes that will see both partners pushing forward with a range of projects to accelerate the energy transition.

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    Short and long-term solutions to the gas crunch


    Slava Kiryushin, Global Head of Energy at DWF, shares his views on the gas crunch that threatens industry in UK, Europe and other parts of the world.

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    Ocean Infinity wins award for zero-emission marine technology


    UK-based marine robotics company Ocean Infinity is set to help expedite the transition to net-zero after winning ‘The Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition’ for its zero-emission marine propulsion system.

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    Why the water nexus is such a hot topic


    Water: It’s a human need and source of contention as old as civilisation itself, writes Rob Cockerill, as he explains the challenges ahead in water-stress and the opportunity in water treatment applications.

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    FuelCell Energy, ExxonMobil extend carbon capture agreement


    Fuel cell technology company FuelCell Energy (FuelCell) and energy giant ExxonMobil have extended their Joint Development Agreement through April 2022 to continue working together on carbonate fuel cell technology designed to capture carbon dioxide (CO2) from industrial and power sectors.

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    LDetek’s new LDCryo helps generate ultra-high purity helium


    Sensor tech manufacturer Process Sensing Technologies (PST) has released a new cryogenic trap system to ensure ultra-high purity (UHP) helium carrier gas purity for gas chromatographs (GCs).