South Korea backs Ingine’s wave energy scheme in Indonesia

South Korea-based wave energy developer Ingine has been selected to receive financial support from the Korea Environmental Industry & Technology Institute (KEITI) to advance a 10MW wave energy project planned for Indonesia. Illustration/Ingine’s wave energy demonstration plant in Jeju Island, … Read More

Uniper ditches LNG for hydrogen for Wilhelmshaven

German energy company Uniper has decided to look into the potential of developing a hydrogen hub in Wilhelmshaven instead of the planned LNG import terminal. Illustration (Courtesy of Uniper) Under the name Green Wilhelmshaven, Uniper is working on a feasibility … Read More

Disappointed ExxonMobil forced to curb output on Guyana FPSO

Oil major ExxonMobil has revealed its disappointment with the performance of the Liza Destiny FPSO, operating on the Liza field off Guyana, following technical issues, which forced it to reduce output to a minimum. Offshore Energy has reported on this … Read More

Hapag-Lloyd orders 150,000 TEU to address container shortage

In order to tackle the global shortage of cargo containers, German shipping major Hapag-Lloyd has placed an order for containers worth about $550 million. On top of the pandemic and delayed shipments due to port congestion, shippers and forwarders worldwide … Read More

Sweetch Energy gets €5.2M boost for osmotic power prototype

French-based osmotic power pioneer Sweetch Energy has secured €5.2 million to develop its first full-scale osmotic power prototype and start the industrialisation phase for the novel clean power source. Mississipi River Delta. Osmotic power is extracted from the difference in … Read More

Johan Sverdrup P2 platform module sets sail for Norway

Two years after the first steel was cut, the giant main support frame (MSF) module for the Johan Sverdrup P2 platform left Aibel’s yard in Thailand. Aibel said last Friday that the Johan Sverdrup MSF module left Thailand on 7 … Read More

Research project to explore marine renewables options for the Isles of Scilly

Marine-i has agreed to support a year-long research programme that brings together three international businesses to identify the potential for wave, tidal and floating wind technologies to be deployed around the Isles of Scilly. St Mary’s, the largest and most … Read More

Dive Technologies wraps Kraken’s sonar and batteries trial

Boston-based subsea robotics company Dive Technologies has concluded sea trials of Kraken Robotics’ miniature synthetic aperture sonar (MINSAS 120) integrated onto Dive’s large displacement autonomous underwater vehicle (DIVE-LD). The DIVE-LD with Kraken MINSAS120 (Courtesy of Kraken Robotics) Sea trials lasted … Read More

Stabilis gets credit facility to boost growth

U.S.’s small-scale LNG provider Stabilis Solutions has secured a $10 million credit facility to support the company’s working capital requirements. Courtesy of Stabilis Solutions Stabilis Solutions, a vertically integrated energy transition company that provides clean energy solutions, handles small-scale LNG … Read More

Jacobs scores Philippine LNG terminal job

Dallas-based engineer Jacobs has been contracted by FGEN LNG Corporation as owner’s engineer for the LNG project in Batangas City, Philippines. FGEN is developing the Interim Offshore LNG Terminal that will be built at the First Gen Clean Energy Complex. … Read More