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    INOX signs MoU with Shell


    INOX India has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Shell Energy India to develop the market for LNG supply by road from Shell’s LNG Terminal in Hazira, Gujarat.

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    Thailand reveals LNG hub ambitions


    First, it was Singapore that made bare its plans to be an LNG hub in Asia. Not to be outclassed, Thailand too has expressed its own lofty ambitions to get into the race of being Asia’s premier LNG bunker trading hub.

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    Chart, ExxonMobil and Indian Oil collaborate


    Chart Industries has signed a letter of cooperation with ExxonMobil India and Indian Oil Corporation (IOCL) to pioneer virtual pipelines to accelerate gas access in India.

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    Linde to build new hydrogen stations in Korea


    Linde has signed a 15-year contract with the Korea Expressway Corporation (KEC) to build, own and operate four hydrogen refuelling stations (HRS) in Chungnam, South Korea.

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    Singapore’s LNG drive gets a boost


    In a deal that reverberated with repercussions, the tiny city of Singapore has made bare its energy independence drive. Two of the stellar names in the world of energy production, Pavilion Energy and Total Marine Fuels Solution (TMFS), have inked a deal to develop the city’s LNG bunkering expertise. Whichever ...

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    Increased H2 infrastructure for Japan


    At the end of 2018, Japan had 100 commercial hydrogen filling stations and just under 3,000 fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) on the roads, reports The Gas Review.