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U.S. DOE, ARCHES sign $12.6-B hydrogen hub project in California (U.S.)

The U.S. Department of Energy and ARCHES announced the official signing of a landmark $12.6-B agreement to build a clean, renewable hydrogen hub in California (U.S.).

Power up: Considerations to help understand the potential of cogeneration

7/18/2024

Combined heat and power (CHP), also known as cogeneration, converts one form of energy to two usable forms, typically heat and power. This article dives into several considerations that must be addressed when incorporating cogeneration into a facility.

FERC ordered to review Louisiana (U.S.) LNG project's emissions impact

A U.S. court has ordered federal regulators to reassess the impact of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from Commonwealth LNG's Louisiana liquefied natural gas (LNG) project, potentially slowing full approvals for the venture.

Ryze partners with ZeroAvia as hydrogen demand increases

7/17/2024

Clean fuel supplier Ryze announced that it is partnering with ground-breaking zero-emissions aviation firm ZeroAvia to provide hydrogen for use in engine and flight testing at its UK base at Cotswold Airport.

Optimizing gas analysis in carbon capture, utilization and storage

7/16/2024

As with many industrial processes, the ability to accurately measure the concentration of bulk gas—in this case CO2 (carbon capture, utilization and storage)—along with any impurities within it, provides significant benefits. This article details the latest technologies in gas analysis for these types of applications.

bp Energy Outlook: Two main scenarios see 2025 oil peak, rapid renewables growth

bp expects oil demand to peak next year and wind and solar capacity to grow rapidly in both of the two main scenarios in its annual Energy Outlook, a study of the evolution of the global energy system to 2050 the company published on Wednesday.

BASF and ENGIE sign long-term biomethane purchase agreement in Europe

BASF and ENGIE signed a 7-yr biomethane purchase agreement (BPA). Under the BPA, ENGIE will supply BASF with 2.7-3 terawatt hours of biomethane throughout the term of the agreement.

UECC chooses Titan for major liquefied biomethane deliveries

United European Car Carriers (UECC) and Titan Clean Fuels (Titan) are collaborating on a series of major liquefied biomethane (LBM) bunkering operations in the Port of Zeebrugge.

Vitol invests in future of LNG bunkering by securing three LNG bunkering vessels

Vitol has secured three LNG bunkering vessels. The vessels were secured via a 7 yr-10 yr time charter agreement with Avenir LNG Limited and CIMC Sinopacific Offshore & Engineering Co. Ltd shipyard in Nantong, China.

TES, Itochu Corp. team up for decarbonization efforts via e-NG

TES announced a strategic collaboration with Itochu Corporation aimed at driving forward the adoption of e-NG to decarbonize hard-to-abate sectors.

FLIR unveils ADGiLE to detect and locate methane leaks with continuous monitoring, advanced analytics

FLIR, part of Teledyne Technologies Inc., has released unveiled ADGiLE™, a fixed-mounted methane monitoring solution. Featuring optical gas imaging (OGI) with comprehensive edge detection analytics, ADGiLE is the oil and gas industry’s solution to meeting environmental stewardship and efficiency goals.

New DNV survey highlights oil and gas sector paradox

The latest DNV survey, “The Paradox of Petroleum—How the oil and gas sector is transforming through uncertainty,” gathered insights from nearly 450 senior oil and gas professionals to examine rapidly evolving trends and the near-term outlook for the sector.

Shell to build carbon capture and storage projects in Canada

Shell announced the final investment decision (FID) for Polaris, a carbon capture project at the Shell Energy and Chemicals Park, Scotford in Alberta, Canada. Polaris is designed to capture approximately 650,000 tpy of CO₂ from the Shell-owned Scotford refinery and chemicals complex.

Summit Carbon Solutions granted approval by IUB for CO2 pipeline project

Summit Carbon Solutions is partnering with 57 ethanol plants in the U.S. to capture carbon dioxide from the fermentation process of biorefineries, such as ethanol plants, compress the captured CO2 and channel it to North Dakota where it will be permanently and safely stored underground in deep geologic storage locations.

IEEFA: LNG is not displacing coal in China’s transition to renewable power

Evidence from China, the world’s largest coal consumer, shows that LNG is unlikely to materially displace coal-fired power generation, according to the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA).

EU approves $3.2 B in German hydrogen pipeline support

The European Commission has signed off on about €3 B ($3.2 B) of planned German state aid for building a system of hydrogen pipelines known as the Hydrogen Core Network.

Heidelburg Materials, Linde start construction on large-scale carbon capture facility

Heidelberg Materials and Linde have started construction of one of the world’s first large-scale carbon capture facilities in the cement industry.

Electrolyzer projects rise but hydrogen demand remains a concern

Global development of hydrogen electrolyzers rose 4% in the last six months to 1.2 TW as some 55.2 GW of new projects were added.

Russia ministry seeks end to $13 B/yr gas waste

Russia's resources ministry asked the new prime minister to approve its plan to make oil firms spend billions of dollars on cutting the amount of gas wastefully flared off during oil production.

Fossil fuel use, emissions hit records in 2023

Global fossil fuel consumption and energy emissions hit all-time highs in 2023, even as fossil fuels' share of the global energy mix decreased slightly on the year, the industry's Statistical Review of World Energy report said.

McDermott awarded ECI contract for Canada's first green hydrogen/ammonia facility

McDermott has been awarded an Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) agreement from Abraxas Power Corporation for the Exploits Valley Renewable Energy Corporation (EVREC) project located in Central Newfoundland.

Vast and Mabanaft advance Port Augusta green methanol project in Australia

Vast Renewables Ltd., a renewable energy company planning to power green fuels production with its concentrated solar thermal power (CSP) energy systems, announced it has signed a Joint Development Agreement (JDA) with global energy company Mabanaft to advance Solar Methanol 1 (SM1), a CSP-powered green methanol reference plant.

CPGC and BASF sign framework agreement on carbon capture technology onboard LNG carriers

CSSC Power (Group) Corp. Ltd. (CPGC) will install its advanced Onboard Carbon Capture System (OCCS) on multiple LNG carriers and utilize BASF’s OASE® blue technology.

CO2next project achieves important milestones for developing a liquid CO2 terminal in Rotterdam

CO2next aims to build a liquid CO2 terminal at the Maasvlakte in the port of Rotterdam, that can be used by customers not connected to a CO2 pipeline to ship liquid CO2.

DNV and Petronas CCS ventures collaborate to enable CCS value chains across SE Asia

DNV and PETRONAS’ wholly-owned subsidiary, PETRONAS CCS Ventures Sdn Bhd (PETRONAS CCS Ventures), have recently signed a Master Price Agreement for the certification of carbon dioxide (CO2) storage sites and associated facilities for carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects in Malaysia.

Bio-CNG-fueled fleets in California (U.S.) achieved carbon-negativity for fourth straight year

The Transport Project (TTP) and Coalition for Renewable Natural Gas (RNG Coalition) – with partner California Renewable Transportation Alliance – announced that California fleets fueled with bio-CNG achieved carbon-negativity in their transportation operations last calendar year for the fourth straight year.

Nu:ionic Technologies, XRG Technologies announce a novel electrified furnace platform for low-carbon hydrogen production

Nu:ionic Technologies and XRG Technologies announced a jointly-developed novel electrified furnace platform for low-carbon hydrogen production.

Shell awards Ceres contract for phase 2 of SOEC module to produce green hydrogen

Ceres has been awarded a further contract for the second phase of its collaboration with Shell, to cooperate in the design of a solid oxide electrolyzer (SOEC) module, for use in large-scale industrial applications such as synthetic fuels, ammonia and green steel.

Decarbonizing the Pilbara-to-Asia export trade route: Joint study demonstrates pathway to net-zero emissions

A recent joint study revealed that well-to-wake emissions in the Pilbara-to-Asia iron ore export trade route can be reduced by over 90% by 2050 through the use of liquefied methane (LNG).

Gas Networks Ireland to connect new €63-MM Bia Energy biomethane plant directly to its network

Partnership with Bia Energy will be the first direct entry point for renewable biomethane in the greater Dublin area.

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