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

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

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

US Wind begins surveys offshore Maryland

US Wind has kicked off oceanographic survey activities within the lease area offshore Maryland where it plans to build its MarWin offshore wind project. The team will be collecting data until July to inform project design, including foundation type, turbine … 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

Petrofac extends $700 million loan

Oilfield services provider Petrofac has extended $700 million of its banking facilities at its request with the unanimous support of lenders. Petrofac said on Wednesday that these extensions comprised a $610 million extension of its existing revolving credit facility to … Read More

Zero-emission wind turbine installation solution gets financial push

Nekkar has secured a NOK 21 million grant from Innovation Norway to progress with the development of SkyWalker, its disruptive wind turbine installation solution. SkyWalker uses active heave compensation derived from offshore lifting systems combined with digital solutions that allow … Read More

MISC takes delivery of its sixth VLEC

Malaysian company MISC has taken delivery of Seri Elbert, its sixth very large ethane carrier (VLEC), from Hyundai Heavy Industries shipyard in Ulsan, South Korea. Courtesy of MISC The 98,000 cubic metres Seri Elbert joins her sister ships Seri Everest, Seri … Read More

U.S. senators push bill to boost LNG export

Senators John Kennedy and Ted Cruz, amongst others, have introduced a new bill seeking to debottleneck LNG trade and boost U.S. LNG exports. Courtesy of Sempra Energy Louisiana and Texas senators John Kennedy and Ted Cruz joined Jim Inhofe (Oklahoma), … Read More

Baleària assigns its first LNG ferry to Motril-Melilla route

Spanish ferry operator Baleària has selected its LNG-fueled ferry Hypatia De Alejandria to operate the route between the Spanish town of Motril and the Spanish autonomous city of Melilla in North Africa. Courtesy of Baleària The 26,000 gross ton Hypatia … Read More