Koil Energy Solutions receives first post-rebranding order

Subsea technology solutions provider Koil Energy Solutions, formerly Deep Down, has received an order from a “major energy producer” to provide hydrogen energy-related services. The project will initially focus on storage, management and enhancement of customer-furnished materials using Koil’s alloy … Read More

Excelerate Energy and Gasgrid sign 10-year FSRU charter agreement

Excelerate Energy and Gasgrid Finland have signed a ten-year deal to charter a floating storage and regasification vessel (FSRU) that will provide LNG to Finland, Estonia, and the Baltic Sea Region. Illustration only; Courtesy of Excelerate Energy Under the time … Read More

Tekmar cable protection systems going to China

Tekmar Energy has won a contract to deliver cable protection systems (CPS) for the Shenquan Phase 2 offshore wind project in China. Tekmar is supplying both inter-array and export cable protection systems for the project, in support of Hengtong Subsea Power … Read More

Nutrien wants to build world’s largest clean ammonia production facility in Louisiana

Canadian fertilizer company Nutrien is evaluating Geismar, Louisiana as the site to build the world’s largest clean ammonia facility producing 1.2 million tonnes of the fuel annually. Illustration only; Courtesy of Nutrien According to Nutrien, ammonia will be produced using … Read More

TGS and Liberia’s National Oil Company ink 3D seismic data agreement

TGS has signed an agreement with the National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL) to reprocess over 5,100 square kilometers of 3D seismic data over Blocks 8 & 9 in the Liberia Basin. The survey will be processed using a Pre-Stack … Read More

DEME’s offshore installation vessel Orion in LNG bunkering op

DEME’s new installation vessel Orion has officially joined the fleet and wrapped up a ship-to-ship LNG bunkering operation at DEME’s base in Vlissingen. Courtesy of DEME On 30 April, DEME stated that its offshore installation vessel Orion officially joined its … Read More

Gasunie and Fluxys team up on North Sea Port hydrogen network

Dutch gas infrastructure firm Gasunie and Belgian LNG terminal operator Fluxys have joined forces for a Dutch-Belgian hydrogen network connection in North Sea Port. Pascal De Buck (CEO Fluxys), Daan Schalck (CEO North Sea Port), and Helmie Botter (manager business … Read More

BP and Linde plan major CCS and hydrogen project in Texas

UK-based oil and gas giant BP and German engineering firm Linde plan a major carbon capture and storage (CCS) project in Texas that will enable low carbon hydrogen production at Linde’s existing facilities. Courtesy of bp This development will also … Read More

Titan LNG to supply fuel to Brittany Ferries’ new LNG-fueled vessels

Dutch independent LNG supplier Titan LNG and French shipping company Brittany Ferries have signed a long-term agreement for the supply of LNG and LBM to two new LNG-fueled hybrid Ro-Pax vessels. Artist impression of Brittany Ferries’ newbuild hybrids; Courtesy of … Read More

Australia closer to having 1st BioLNG plant in Tasmania

Australian energy solutions company Optimal Group has bought land in Westbury, Tasmania for the first BioLNG production facility in Australia. Optimal Group and gas company BOC/Elgas, a subsidiary of Linde, previously agreed on will jointly explore the development of Australia’s … Read More