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Getting to Neutral – The Importance of Renewable Gases in Decarbonizing Society

May 29, 2020Join us on Tuesday, June 16 for the first webinar in the Renewable Gas 360 webinar series, brought to you by SoCalGas, PG&E, Bay Area Air Quality Management District, Southwest Gas, and NW Natural.

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Danish Companies Partner on Sustainable Fuel Project

May 27, 2020A group of Danish companies have entered a partnership with the goal of developing a hydrogen and e-fuel production facility by as soon as 2023.  The project could deliver more than 250,000 tons of sustainable fuel to buses, trucks, maritime vessels and airplanes every year.

via NGT News

Japanese companies partner to develop electric vessel infrastructure

May 26, 2020Seven Japanese companies have partnered to establish ‘e5 Consortium’ to support the development of electric vessels and their infrastructure in the country.

via Ship Technology

Chart Industries joins LNG Marine Fuel Institute

May 8, 2020The LNG Marine Fuel Institute announced the membership of Chart Industries to a growing coalition of companies committed to LNG as the primary marine fuel in the transition to carbon-free shipping.

via NGV Journal

Neste Acquires Mahoney Environmental

May 7, 2020Neste, one of the world’s leading producers of renewable fuels, has announced the closing of its acquisition of its largest single investment in the U.S. to date.

via Work Truck Online

US Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue

USDA Allots $100 Million to Biofuels Infrastructure

May 6, 2020The U.S. Department of Agriculture intends to make available up to $100 million in competitive grants for activities designed to expand the availability and sale of renewable fuels.

via NGT News

Building A Sustainable EV Battery Supply Chain: New Report

May 1, 2020Center for Law, Energy & the Environment (CLEE) and the Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI) are conducting a research initiative focused on identifying strategies to improve sustainability and governance across the EV battery supply chain.

via Charged EVs

The Financial Cost of Low-Carbon Transformation in Shipping

April 30, 2020There is no doubt that tackling climate change is going to be expensive and challenging. But with new figures suggesting the decarbonisation of shipping could require investments of over $1trn, how much should the industry expect to spend in the coming years?

via Ship Technology

Three KC LNG refueling tankers unload their payload.

New Mobile Technology Allows to Quadruple LNG Bunkering Capacity

April 29, 2020KC LNG has developed a trailer-mounted manifold that allows bunkering from up to four tank trailers (of any type) at once, quadrupling the capacity.

via NGV Journal

Aerial perspective of a port in Oman.

Sohar, first Middle Eastern port joining SEA-LNG coalition

April 23, 2020SEA-LNG, the multi-sector industry coalition created to accelerate the widespread adoption of LNG, has welcomed Sohar Port and Freezone as its first Middle Eastern port member.

via NGV Journal

One of the Most Eco-Friendly Ships on the Baltic Sea Under Construction

April 14, 2020Tallink Grupp announced the construction of its newest eco-friendly LNG-powered shuttle ferry, MyStar, at the Rauma Marine Constructions shipyard in Rauma, Finland.

via NGV Journal

Total Will Deploy First LNG-Powered VLCC Vessels in 2022

April 13, 2020Total signed an agreement to charter its first two LNG-powered VLCCs. The vessels, which are able to carry about 300,000 tons of crude oil each, will be delivered in 2022.

via NGV Journal

3D model image of a large ocean going vessel with hydrogen fuel cell power plants.

ABB, Hydrogène de France To Manufacture Megawatt-Scale Fuel Cell Systems Capable of Powering Ocean-Going Vessels

April 10, 2020ABB has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Hydrogène de France to manufacture jointly megawatt-scale fuel cell systems capable of powering ocean-going vessels (OGVs).

via Green Car Congress

A computer graphics image of port shipping containers being moved by heavy machinery.

Coronavirus Pandemic Emphasizes Need for Port Automation

April 6, 2020Jensen predicts there may also be an accelerated uptake in automated equipment, reducing the dependency on manual work and overall increasing resiliency.

via Port-Technology

Image of a cruise ship in the open ocean

Q&A: Lloyd’s Register on How Ammonia Can be the Ideal Renewable Marine Fuel

March 25, 2020To help decarbonise the shipping industry and provide an alternative renewable fuel source, Samsung Heavy Industries, MISC, Lloyd’s Register and MAN Energy Solutions launched an ammonia-fuelled tanker project.

via Ship-Technology

A line of freight trucks drives on a freeway

Los Angeles/Long Beach ports approve container fee to spur clean truck usage

March 12, 2020On Monday, the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach approved a Clean Truck Fee (CTF) on containers of $10 per twenty-foot equivalent unit (TEU). That is the number that the two ports adopted in response to the report’s warning against setting the levy too high.

via FreightWaves