Tag: LNG

Indian transport minister converts his own tractor to bio-CNG to set example

Indian transport minister converts his own tractor to bio-CNG to set example

October 11, 2021 |

In India, the Press Trust of India reports the transportation minister told soy producers over the weekend that he has personally converted his tractor to run on compressed biogas to demonstrate how farmers should follow his lead to use more CNG and LNG in food and feedstock production. The government has recently come under fire […]

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BHP explores LNG, biofuels for more sustainable shipping

BHP explores LNG, biofuels for more sustainable shipping

October 3, 2021 |

In Australia, Hellenic Shipping News reports that BHP is tapping LNG’s and biodiesel’s potential as a marine fuel choice to advance sustainable shipping. BHP will target net zero by 2050 for all shipping of its products, subject to the widespread availability of carbon neutral solutions including low/zero emission technology on board suitable ships and low/zero […]

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New LNG bunker ship, FlexFueler 002 makes LNG bunkering widely available in port of Antwerp

New LNG bunker ship, FlexFueler 002 makes LNG bunkering widely available in port of Antwerp

March 28, 2021 |

In Belgium, Port of Antwerp, Fluxys and Titan LNG christened a new LNG bunker vessel: the FlexFueler 002 which is owned by gas infrastructure group Fluxys and LNG supplier Titan LNG. The bunker barge ensures that ships can refuel with LNG anywhere in the port. The FlexFueler 002 operates from its base at quay 526/528 […]

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Gasum aims for carbon emission reductions of a million tons by increasing biogas availability

Gasum aims for carbon emission reductions of a million tons by increasing biogas availability

January 31, 2021 |

In Finland, Gasum is progressing towards carbon neutrality by setting new environmental targets to mitigate climate change and seeks to increase the availability of biogas to reach cumulative carbon emission reductions of a million tons. By 2025, Gasum intends to make 4 TWh of biogas available on the market from the company’s own production and […]

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ASDA getting over 200 LNG tractors– largest order ever placed in UK for renewable fuel heavy trucks

ASDA getting over 200 LNG tractors– largest order ever placed in UK for renewable fuel heavy trucks

December 27, 2020 |

In the United Kingdom, grocery store giant Asda is taking delivery of 202 Volvo FH LNG tractor units, in what is believed to be the single largest order ever placed in the UK for heavy trucks running on renewable fuels, in this case biomethane. The supermarket has ambitions to transition its core fleet of 1,000 […]

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India to invest $66B in natural gas infrastructure, to include biogas

India to invest $66B in natural gas infrastructure, to include biogas

December 6, 2020 |

In India, Business Today reports that the country’s Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said an estimated investment of $66 billion is lined up in developing natural gas infrastructure, which includes pipelines, city gas distribution, and LNG regasification terminals and that the government is pushing for generating gas from municipal and agri waste and 5000 compressed biogas […]

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Report says BioLNG makes carbon neutrality a reality for EU transport

Report says BioLNG makes carbon neutrality a reality for EU transport

November 22, 2020 |

In Belgium, the European Biogas Association, Gas Infrastructure Europe, the Natural & Bio Gas Vehicle Association, and SEA-LNG published a joint paper, which demonstrates the concrete benefits of using BioLNG to decarbonise hard to abate transport sectors through the provision of the latest facts and figures. The joint paper highlights the true potential for BioLNG […]

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CMA CGM makes cargo carbon neutral via used cooking oil biofuel and LNG

CMA CGM makes cargo carbon neutral via used cooking oil biofuel and LNG

November 17, 2020 |

In France, CMA CGM launches ACT with CMA CGM+, comprising of four services, enabling customers to analyze, reduce and offset the environmental footprint of goods’ transport by utilizing liquefied natural gas and biofuel generated from used cooking oil. CMA CGM made the groundbreaking decision to power 26 of its containerships using liquefied natural gas by […]

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LPG company gets new Bio-LNG trucks instead of conventional diesel

LPG company gets new Bio-LNG trucks instead of conventional diesel

August 18, 2019 |

In the United Kingdom, Flogas Britain, a liquefied petroleum gas supplier, introduced two new Bio-LNG powered trucks from Volvo into their fleet to cut their carbon emissions. The trucks provide an 80% reduction in carbon emissions compared to the conventional diesel engine alternative and they are in operation as of this month. The new Volvo […]

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Forget GND and NOPEC – 3 key policy issues to watch instead

Forget GND and NOPEC – 3 key policy issues to watch instead

May 12, 2019 |

In Florida, research published by Raymond James & Associates highlights three key policy issues at the federal level that energy investors should be watching over the next 12 to 18 months. This comes after they visited Washington to meet with high-level staff members at the House Energy and Commerce Committee and the Senate Energy and […]

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