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    Cheniere selling LNG to China under SPA


    American energy company Cheniere Energy is to help boost China’s rapidly growing liquefied natural gas (LNG) boost by agreeing to sell ENN LNG, subsidiary of China-based ENN Natural Gas (ENN), 0.9 million tonnes per annum of LNG.

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    Netherlands’ Gate LNG terminal to see expansion


    The Dutch Gate liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal (Gate) is set to receive funding by international energy company Uniper as part of its strategy to expand its LNG regas capacity by an additional 1.0 billion cubic metres (bcm).

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    First of its kind Malaysian LNG bunkering vessel sees approval


    As the international shipping industry seeks to reduce emissions and contribute to achieving net zero targets, Malaysia-based shipping company LNG Marine Sdn Bhd has been approved to develop Malaysia’s first ever liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering vessel concept.

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    NOVATEK and Sovcomflot in new LNG carrier charter deal


    Russian energy company NOVATEK Gas and Power Asia, subsidiary of PAO NOVATEK (NOVATEK), will contract four new 174,000 cubic metre-capacity liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers from Sovcomflot through a joint venture with Japanese shipping giant NYK Line.

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    Eni’s energy review reveals LNG growth


    In its World Energy Review 2021, Italian energy company Eni revealed that, despite pressure caused by the pandemic, liquefied natural gas (LNG) increased its share on total traded natural gas.

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    LNG ‘key partner’ during energy transition, says leaders


    In the face of global gas shortages, leading figures in the international energy sector praised the virtues of liquefied natural gas (LNG) during the energy transition, labelling it a ‘key partner’ to renewables.

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    Petronas celebrates 50th delivery from FLNG facility


    Malaysian gas giant Petronas has reached a milestone in its floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) advancement after the company delivered its 50th LNG cargo from its PFLNG SATU facility.

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    RMI report explores CO2 reduction in China’s steel industry


    A report released by RMI (Rocky Mountain Institute) that explored the feasibility of the decarbonisation of China’s steel industry revealed that, by reducing demand and switching to low-carbon alternatives, the manufacturing giant could ‘transform’ its steel manufacturing industry.

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    China to receive international LNG supply


    Two major gas players are to supply China with liquefied natural gas (LNG) under separate signed agreements.

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    Beach signs LNG supply deal with bp


    Australian Beach Energy has signed a deal with BP Singapore (bp) which will see the global energy giant purchasing all 3.75 million tonnes of Beach’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) produced through its Waitsia Gas Project Stage 2.

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    Shell to use BASF Sorbead tech for CCS


    Major player in the energy industry Shell is to incorporate catalyst expert BASF’s Sorbead Adsorption Technology into its carbon reduction plan following a collaborative partnership.

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    Sakhalin Energy partners with Toho Gas for first carbon neutral LNG cargo


    One of the world’s largest integrated oil and gas projects Sakhalin-2 is set become the source of Toho Gas’s first carbon neutral liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo delivery.

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    JERA to invest in Philippines CO2 reduction roadmap


    Japanese energy company JERA is to work with Philippines-based power group Aboitiz Power Corporation (Aboitiz) to explore power projects that utilise ‘new generation’ technologies including liquefied natural gas (LNG)-to-power schemes.

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    DNV urges for increased clean energy investment ahead of COP26


    To meet the Paris Agreement a ‘massive redirection’ of spending from carbon-heavy investment into clean energy is required, according to a recently released report by classification society DNV.

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    CSIRO partners with major players for Australia CCUS hub development


    To further reduce Australia’s carbon emissions and stimulate the growth of sustainable industry, Australia’s national science agency CSIRO has collaborated with the Northern Territory Government and industry to explore the potential for a large-scale low emissions carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) hub outside of Darwin.

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    Svanehøj expands LNG portfolio with Wärtsilä acquisition


    Danish gas pump specialist Svanehøj has accelerated its push towards becoming a major player in the liquefied natural gas (LNG) market following the purchase of Wärtsilä Tank Control Systems.

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    New LNG-fuelled Aframax vessel design gets approved


    An Aframax tanker which was designed by shipping companies Deltamarine and GTT as a low emission, clean-fuel technology ship has been awarded an Approval in Principle from classification society, American Bureau of Shipping (ABS).

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    Global biogas event to focus on India and energy transition


    The World Biogas Association (WBA) will be hosting key international online conferences centred around the opportunities offered by biogas and the energy transition.

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    New LNG carriers to help reduce Covid-19 spread


    Potential for the spreading of infectious diseases such as Covid-19 in confined areas like crew accommodation quarters on ships was addressed as part of a joint development project (JDP) between the American Shipping Bureau (ABS) and Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI).

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    Oxford Flow future-proofing valve tech for hydrogen transition and beyond


    Innovative valve technology manufacturer Oxford Flow likes to make things simple. With its focus on minimising moving parts and improving performance, the young company believes it is set to change the face of the energy, water and industrial sectors.