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    French start-up selects Cryomec tech for orbital launcher


    The French developer of nanosatellites launch services, Venture Orbital Systems (Venture) will use Fives Cryomec (Fives) LABS technology to test the Navier Mk2 engine that is set to power its Zephyr orbital launcher.

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    Hammerfest LNG to restart in less than a week


    A liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant located on Melkøya island, off the Arctic town of Hammerfest, Norway, is due to restart production within a week following a period of downtime due to a fire that caused extensive damage in September 2020.

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    Topsoe advances energy transition with ‘world’s largest’ electrolyser project


    In the race to secure a green future for global industry, decarbonisation technology specialist Topsoe is planning to construct what will be the world’s largest and most advanced industrial scale electrolyser production plant.

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    Securing energy supply for Australian hydrocarbon processing


    As international gas supply chains continue to be affected by Covid-19 related lockdowns and the Russia-Ukraine crisis, concerns have been raised over the availability and pricing of industrial gases for all sectors, including specialty gas for hydrocarbon processing in Australia.

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    NSHD expands global reach with new Peru HyCO project


    Nippon Sanso Holdings Corporation (NSHD) is increasing the scope of its industrial gas supply operations following a deal signed between Matheson Global HYCO Peru Srl – group company of NSHD’s US operating company, Matheson Tri-Gas, Inc. (Matheson) - and Petroleos del Peru (PetroPeru), the Peruvian National Oil Company.

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    IEA report lays out strategy for zero emission steel and cement


    The International Energy Agency (IEA) has released a new report suggesting ways that G7 countries can accelerate the development of technology and overcome high costs associated with the reduction of emissions from hard-to-abate sectors of industry such as steel and cement production.

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    New FSRU to improve energy security of Greece


    A floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) to be constructed off Alexandroupolis, Greece will become a new energy gateway for the wider Mediterranean, in addition to helping increase energy security for the country.

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    Air Liquide hits net zero milestone


    A milestone in its journey to reach carbon neutrality by 2050, Air Liquide has seen its Scope 1 & 2 carbon dioxide (CO2) emission reduction target approved by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).

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    $5m grant given for APAC’s first floating carbon hub


    The Australian Government will fund studies for Asia-Pacific (APAC)’s first ever carbon capture and storage (CCS) hub.

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    EU releases plan to reduce reliance on Russian energy


    The European Commission has unveiled its strategy to end the EU’s dependence on Russian fossil fuels, in turn accelerating the green energy transition.

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    McDermott wins large-scale Abu Dhabi LNG contract


    Energy company McDermott has been awarded a front-end engineering design (FEED) contract by the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) for a liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility located approximately 155 miles (250 km) from Abu Dhabi, UAE.

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    €269m FSRU deal will supply Sardinia with lower carbon energy


    In a contract worth €269m energy company Snam and Golar LNG Limited (Golar) will collaborate to supply the island of Sardinia with liquefied natural gas.

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    Major ASU deal for ‘world’s largest’ LNG project in Qatar


    Italian industrial gas specialist SIAD Macchine Impianti (SIAD MI) will supply four air separation units (ASUs) for the North Field East (NFE) liquefied natural gas (LNG) development project in Ras Laffan Industrial City, Qatar.

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    Air Liquide inks ten year clean energy deal with Shell


    Air Liquide has signed a ten-year contract with Shell Energy Europe (Shell) that will see the industrial gas giant purchasing 52 gigawatt-hours per year of solar photovoltaic renewable energy from Shell.

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    Pfeiffer Vacuum updates OktaLine explosion-proof Roots pumps


    German vacuum solutions specialist Pfeiffer Vacuum (Pfeiffer) has expanded its range of OktaLine ATEX explosion-proof Root pumps, a specifically designed type of pump that meets the highest explosion protection requirements, according to Pfeiffer.

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    Air Liquide, Toyota to advance European hydrogen mobility


    Revealed today (May 17th), a trio of companies are joining forces to accelerate the adoption of hydrogen solutions in Europe by developing the entire value chain of hydrogen mobility from production, distribution, and refuelling infrastructure to the deployment of various hydrogen-powered vehicles.

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    Biogas sector expansion to be focus of EBA’s leadership group


    The European Biogas Association (EBA) will aim to expand Europe’s biogas industry over the next three years, according to plans laid out by newly appointed President Anders Mathiasson.

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    UK clean-tech firm signs £700m decarbonisation deal in UAE


    Green tech manufacturer Levidian Nanosystems (Levidian) will supply 500 of its proprietary LOOP50 systems to technology expert Zero Carbon Ventures as part of a project to bring cutting edge carbon-reducing technologies to the Middle East.

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    Pertamina, ExxonMobil to advance carbon capture tech for oil and gas fields


    A partnership between two of the world’s biggest energy companies will attempt to accelerate carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) for the oil and gas industry in Indonesia.

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    MZT to scale up carbon capture with $5m investment


    UK-based carbon capture company MZT is using a $5m investment to support the delivery of pilot plant capable of capturing 120 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) per year, in addition to the scaling up of its R&D activities and business operations.