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Hapag-Lloyd converts container ship to run on LNG

Hapag-Lloyd is converting one of its vessels to run on LNG and installing emissions reduction technology in two others.

14 August 2018
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Woodside asks Australian government to speed up adoption of electric vehicles

Woodside has called on the Australian government to accelerate the adoption of fuel cell technology and electric vehicles

14 August 2018
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Snam and Eni sign contract to build CNG filling stations

Eni and Snam have signed a contract worth €10 million to set up 20 CNG vehicular refuelling stations in Italy

10 August 2018
The first LNG delivered to Singapore’s LNG terminal Gas for Transport

LNG firms should look to small-scale to unlock SE Asia

Countries in Southeast Asia are vying to become trading hubs for a small-scale LNG market that has yet to emerge.

9 August 2018
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Japanese companies collaborate to expand LNG bunker fuel market

Japanese companies have signed an MOU to collaborate on commercialising and expanding the LNG bunker fuel market

7 August 2018
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Hanoi introduces CNG-fuelled buses

Vietnam introduced buses running on CNG into Hanoi last week.

6 August 2018
Engie’s LNG bunkering vessel Gas for Transport

IMO sulphur regulations pit fuel oil against gas

The introduction of tighter sulphur emissions limits for marine fuels could lead to a swell of high-sulphur fuel oil on the market.

2 August 2018
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China removes tax on gas-powered ships

China’s Ministry of Finance has scrapped vessel taxes on ships powered by gas

1 August 2018
A gas-powered HGV. Gas for Transport

Snam’s DESFA buyout is positive for Greek NGV sector

The gas-for-transport sector has good prospects in Greece, and Italy’s Snam looks set to lead its development.

26 July 2018
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India considers LNG for transport

India’s government has said it may promote LNG as a transport fuel.

24 July 2018
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South Korea to buy hydrogen-powered buses

South Korea will buy 1,000 hydrogen-powered buses to be delivered by 2022.

24 July 2018
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Carnival adds two LNG ships to fleet

Princess Cruises has signed a memorandum of agreement with Fincantieri for two LNG-fuelled cruise ships.

23 July 2018
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Fincantieri to build two LNG-powered cruise ships for TUI

Italian shipbuilding company Fincantieri has won an order to build two LNG-powered cruise ships for TUI Cruises

13 July 2018
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Gazprom and PetroVietnam discuss development projects

Gazprom and PetroVietnam held a working meeting in Moscow to discuss projects in Vietnam

6 July 2018
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Chinese State Council releases new pollution reduction plan

China will continue to reduce its coal consumption, boost sales of EVs, and shut more steel and coke capacity over the next three years.

4 July 2018
Carrier approaching Italy’s Panigaglia LNG terminal Gas for Transport

Snam plans to boost Italy’s small-scale LNG sector

Italy’s TSO is planning to build four small-scale liquefaction plants in an attempt to lower the cost of LNG for transport in the country.

28 June 2018
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Sinopec subsidiary targets CNG filling stations in Chongqing

Sinopec subsidiary Chongqing Petroleum plans to build seven CNG filling stations for vehicles in southwestern China’s Chongqing municipality

27 June 2018
A CNG filling station near Moscow Gas for Transport

World Cup helps boost NGVs in Russia

Gazprom is pushing ahead with installing CNG fuelling stations to expand Russia’s use of gas in transport, but NGVs will face competition from electric vehicles.

22 June 2018
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UPS investing $130 mln in CNG fleet and refuelling

UPS plans to spend $130 million to add more than 700 CNG vehicles to its fleet and build five new CNG fuelling stations in the United States

21 June 2018
The Stavangerfjord LNG-fuelled vessel Gas for Transport

LNG offers a future-proof marine fuel – research

LNG is anticipated to be favoured over new technologies for deep-sea shipping despite concerns that it will struggle to meet the IMO’s carbon emission reduction targets.

15 June 2018

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