In focus: Energy and shipping sectors in symbiosis for net-zero

Offshore Energy continues with its new In focus weekly feature, spotlighting the latest energy transition developments, after our first edition went online on 16 April. Following last week’s news on the U.S. oil giant Chevron’s entrance into the offshore wind … Read More

CMB and Tsuneishi collaborate on hydrogen tech in Japan

Belgian shipowner Compagnie Maritime Belge (CMB) and Japanese shipbuilder Tsuneishi have launched a joint venture to develop the hydrogen internal combustion engine (H2ICE) technology for the Japanese industrial and marine market. Courtesy of CMB To accelerate the adoption of this … Read More

Chevron and Toyota team up on hydrogen

U.S. oil major Chevron and Toyota Motor North America have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for a strategic alliance to develop a hydrogen business. Courtesy of Chevron The companies want to catalyze and lead the development of commercially viable, … Read More

In focus: Piecing together the energy transition puzzle

The multifaceted offshore energy sector is currently going through a major change with the energy transition and sustainability as a driving force. Offshore Energy website has been delivering news coverage from seven different industry sectors under one roof for over … 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

Air Products opens a new hydrogen fueling station in Ulsan, South Korea

American global hydrogen supplier Air Products & Chemicals has unveiled a new hydrogen fueling station at its industrial gases facility in Ulsan City, South Korea. Courtesy of Air Products This is the the first station built and operated by the … Read More

Uniper converts its site from coal-fired to hydrogen-run

German utility Uniper will transform its Wilhelmshaven 757-megawatt coal-based plant to run on hydrogen. Courtesy of Uniper Uniper is taking major steps towards transforming the company and decarbonising its portfolio. The company presented a plan for closing its coal-fired power … Read More

Hyundai Heavy setting up hydrogen supply chain by 2030

South Korea’s Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) Group plans to go into all areas of hydrogen value chain, from production to transport, storage and use of hydrogen fuel. Courtesy of Hyundai Mipo Dockyard During an online conference, HHI revealed its hydrogen … Read More

Japan’s ports waive fees for LNG, hydrogen-powered ships

Kaguya; Image courtesy: Kawasaki Heavy Industries The Tokyo Port is waiving port entry fees for LNG-powered and hydrogen-powered vessels as a way of encouraging greater uptake of these fuels in the maritime sector. The waiver is set to enter into … Read More

Yanmar tests maritime hydrogen fuel cell system

Japanese engine manufacturer Yanmar Holdings and its subsidiary Yanmar Power Technology have conducted a field demonstration test for the maritime fuel cell system on 24 March 2021 in Oita, Japan. Demonstration test boat with maritime fuel cell system. Photo: Yanmar … Read More