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Europort attracts international visitors in record numbers

Special ship markets in recovery and real progress on maritime digitalisation brought a feelgood finale to Europort 2019, as the last of 26,076 visitors from 93 countries departed from the biennial conference and exhibition after an energetic week of events at Rotterdam Ahoy on Friday 8th November.With over 1,000 exhibitors and a record number of international visitors…

Egat readying country's first FSRU

The state-run Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) is preparing to develop the country's first floating storage regasification unit (FSRU) worth 24.5 billion baht to support its business plan to import liquefied natural gas (LNG) from 2020.The National Energy Policy Council approved Egat developing this massive…

Oil Accumulator Market Size, Share And Development By 2026 | Fortune Business Insights

The rising awareness about green energy sources across the world is transforming the energy and power industry. The trend of green energy is emerging on account of increasing environmental pollution from traditional energy resources. Governments are playing a significant role in conducting awareness programs about clean energy.

Global Offshore Wind Market Grows 30%

The global offshore wind market grew nearly 30% per year between 2010 and 2018, benefiting from rapid technology improvements and about 150 new offshore wind projects are in active development around the world.Europe in particular has fostered the technology’s development, led by the United Kingdom, Germany and Denmark…

Drydocks World to build an HVAC offshore platform topside

ShareShareShareEmailThe 700 MW HVAC offshore platform topside will be located in the Netherlands sector of the North SeaDrydocks World, a marine, offshore, oil and gas service provider, has signed a contract with Petrofac and end-client TenneT to construct a high voltage alternating current (HVAC) transformer station topside.Called…

Cornwall is a hotbed for marine tech and is leading the world in it

Cornwall is a hotbed of industry and marine tech is one of the areas where the region is a world leader creating innovative and exciting products.Whether it is harnessing the power of the sea, creating robot boats, improving fishing or new ways of designing vessels, there are hundreds of companies doing incredible work.The sector has high growth potential…

More Norwegian companies keen to enter Qatari market

Norway’s Minister of Trade and Industry, Torbjorn Roe Isaksen, said yesterday that several Norwegian companies are already present in Qatar, and more companies are showing interests in the Qatari market. The energy company Equinor engaged in developing oil, gas, wind and solar energy across the world, wants to establish…

Saudi Aramco: Climate change, conflict, alternative power among key risks

Climate change-related litigation and regulation, alternative power supplies, a shift to electric vehicles, and political conflict from regional state actors or terrorists are the key threats to the worlds largest oil and plastics company, Saudi Aramco.Saudi Arabia has continued to drip-feed world markets details of the float of Saudi Aramco.

GMB research shows 16% drop in Scottish manufacturing workforce

SCOTLAND has lost almost 40,000 manufacturing jobs since the financial crash, new analysis by GMB has shown. The union claims that under the Conservatives, vital contracts are being “gambled away” overseas, resulting in a loss of Scottish workforce, especially in the shipbuilding and renewables sectors. The figures, discussed at GMB’s Manufacturing Conference in Belfast last week…

Hybrid Shipping: New Trends In Green Cargo Transport

by Carolyn FortunaNovember 11th, 2019 by Carolyn Fortuna The shipping industry is in turmoil like never before. Sulfur caps. Recycling regulations. Cyber attacks and data theft. Safety. Changing trade patterns. Shifting global economies. And, of course, decarbonization is the shipping industry’s #1 challenge. Decarbonization requires efficiency technologies to be put into play…
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Wes Amelie to Runon Synthetic Natural Gas

MAN Energy Solutions and Wessels Marine GmbH have announced a technical showcase whereby the 2017-retrofitted Wes Amelie, a 1,036 TEU feeder container ship, will use liquefied Synthetic Natural Gas produced from renewable electrical energy as drop in fuel. The companies are cooperating on the Wes Amelie project with Nauticor, the LNG transportation company, and Unifeeder, the charter company.

Equinor Knocked Back Again: NOPSEMA Cites 'Oil Spill Risk' and Other Issues

The offshore oil and gas regulator NOPSEMA has once again taken issue with the environmental plan submitted by Equinor as part of their attempts to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight.Citing a lack of information relating to ‘consultation, source control, oil spill risk, and matters protected under Part 3 of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999’…

Man invents electric car battery that lasts 1,500 miles when charged

Imagine the satisfaction of driving your environmentally friendly electric car for 1,500 miles without having to stop to recharge the battery a distance more than four times as far as the best and most expensive model currently on the road.Under the bonnet is a revolutionary new type of battery which, unlike those used in conventional electric cars…

designboom readers envision the future of environmental architecture

the nature of man’s relationship with the natural environment can be read through the speculative infrastructure of the era. contemporary proposals are largely expressive of the desire to resolve the evident and ongoing disruption of nature by the built environment. the existing systems of infrastructure on which the modern…

Oslo needs to construct the world's first zero-emissions port

Thisstorywas initially printed by CityLaband is reproduced right here as a part of the Local weather Deskcollaboration.The sting of Oslos Ekeberg Hill offers quiet, unobstructed views of the Nordic metropoliss islands and bustling port. On the Sjursøya container terminal, cranes swing round, stacking multicolor containers in neat rows and columns.

Oslo wants to build the worlds first zero-emissions port

Thisstorywas originally published by CityLaband is reproduced here as part of the Climate Deskcollaboration.The edge of Oslos Ekeberg Hill gives quiet, unobstructed views of the Nordic citys islands and bustling port. At the Sjursøya container terminal, cranes swing around, stacking multicolor containers in neat rows and columns. On the other side of the port, ferries load and unload passengers.

Wes Amelie Eyes Next Milestone of Running on Synthetic Natural Gas

MAN Energy Solutions and Wessels Marine GmbH have announced a technical showcase whereby the 2017-retrofitted Wes Amelie, a 1,036-teu feeder container ship, will use liquefied SNG (Synthetic Natural Gas) produced from renewable electrical energy as drop-in fuel. The companies are cooperating on the Wes Amelie project with Nauticor…

What Is Bright Yellow, Weighs 826 Tons, & Makes Electricity From Ocean Waves?

by Steve HanleyNovember 9th, 2019 by Steve Hanley Renewable energy comes in many forms, with sunlight, wind, and flowing water being the most common. There is also an enormous amount of untapped energy in ocean waves. The US Energy Information Administration says the theoretical annual energy potential of waves off both…
Global Biogas Plants Market

Global Biogas Plants Market 2019 – Wartsila, Air Liquide, EnviTec Biogas AG, Scandinavian Biogas, Sw

Global Biogas Plants Market 2019 report provides by Market Research Store is the representation of the Biogas Plants Market area through research, development and analysis of information from multiple sources. The Global Biogas Plants report bifurcates the Biogas Plants Market based on various parameters, including the nature of products and services…

New Zealand Commits To Being Carbon Neutral By 2050 With A Big Loophole – Nation & World News

New Zealand lawmakers approved a bill Thursday that commits the country to being carbon neutral by the year 2050. The measure, which passed 119 votes to 1, demonstrates the cross-party support that climate protection has in the Pacific island nation.Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern thanked lawmakers for supporting the bill and said she was grateful that in the past 10 years…