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Gas to feature in Japan’s decentralised energy future

Japan’s plans to develop smart cities will see gas find a future in small-scale CHP, as a back-up fuel and as a means to produce hydrogen.

By Andrew Walker 22 March 2018
Gas for Transport

A smaller, broader future for GTL

Interfax spoke to Roy Lipski, chief executive of Velocys, a provider of technology for small-scale GTL projects, about what has made the sector possible and what niche it could occupy in the refining market.

23 December 2013
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Beijing to expand gas-fired bus fleet over next four years

Beijing plans to replace two-thirds of conventional public buses with vehicles running on greener energy sources within four years, state media reported on Friday.

13 December 2013
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Guangzhou to build 126 LNG stations for vehicles by 2020

Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong province, will build 126 LNG filling stations between now and 2020 to combat air pollution from vehicle emissions, the city government announced on Monday.

3 December 2013
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Three paths for gas as US transport fuel

New technology may finally allow natural gas to compete with gasoline in US transport markets, according to a new white paper from thinktank Resources for the Future.

2 December 2013
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CNOOC’s trucked LNG profits rise, PetroChina stems losses

China’s two major LNG importers, China National Offshore Oil Corp. and PetroChina, recorded solid results from trucked LNG sales from their receiving terminals – Dapeng, Putian, Rudong and Dalian – in October, data from an energy consultancy showed.

28 November 2013
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Shell and Gazprom to index LNG to diesel

Shell and Gazprom are looking to promote LNG as a transport fuel by pricing volumes at a fixed discount to diesel, the two energy giants told delegates at the Natural Gas Vehicle conference in Amsterdam.

27 November 2013
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Lack of trucks hurting small-scale LNG

A reluctance on the part of vehicle manufacturers to build LNG-fuelled trucks is hindering development of the small-scale LNG industry in Europe, a panel of experts told delegates at the Natural Gas V

25 November 2013
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If you build infrastructure, LNG as a transport fuel will come

The economics of LNG as a fuel for trucks and ships are attractive enough to create a combined market of 45 mtpa in northern Europe, but the infrastructure still needs to be built, according to Belgian gas transmission operator Fluxys.

22 November 2013
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Canada to build liquefaction plants for gas vehicle fuel

Ferus Natural Gas Fuels and ENN Canada Corp. have agreed a joint venture to build and operate two liquefaction plants in Vancouver, British Columbia and Edmonton, Alberta to support fuel services for heavy vehicles, and other high-horsepower applications including marine, rail, mining, and oil and gas exploration.

21 November 2013
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LNG will continue to grow as transport fuel in China – expert

The rising cost of LNG in China will not hinder its use as a transport fuel by vehicles and ships, an engineer with China National Offshore Oil Corp. has said.

21 November 2013
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Rosneft eyes LNG shipments to Murmansk

Russian state-controlled oil major Rosneft is considering shipping LNG to Murmansk, in Russia’s north, as part of plans to gasify the region.

19 November 2013
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Clean tech firm Sanju to produce LNG from coke oven gas

Clean tech developer Beijing Sanju Environmental Protection and New Materials will partner with a coal producer in Inner Mongolia to convert coke oven gas to LNG for use in vehicles, marking Sanju’s first foray into the growing LNG fuel sector.s

12 November 2013
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The rise of LNG bunkering

The use of LNG as a marine fuel is expected to grow with the introduction of new environmental rules in North America and Europe in 2015. Its spread to Asia and other regions, however, will depend on similar regulations.

11 October 2013
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Peru’s huge gas-to-power plans take shape

Peru is pushing ahead with a giant project to develop its gas industry in the south of the country. Lima released the first of four contracts for a tender to install 1 GW of gas-to-power capacity on Monday.

8 October 2013
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Offshore LNG bunker station starts up along Yangtze river

Haiqi Ganghua Gas Development has put an offshore LNG bunker station into operation along the Yangtze River in Nanjing, capital of Jiangsu province, a manager with the company said in an industry meeting.

30 September 2013
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Sinopec expands presence in LNG transport fuel sector

Sinopec has completed the creation of a joint venture with NewOcean Energy – southern China’s largest LPG importer and wholesaler – to develop LNG and LPG projects in Guangzhou, giving the state-run energy giant a toehold in China’s emerging LNG fuel market.

4 September 2013
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Glass products maker shifts into LNG vehicle fuel sector

Henan Ancai Hi-Tech, a Shanghai-listed glass products manufacturer majority-owned by the Henan provincial government, will launch its LNG filling station business in the city of Anyang to complement its existing LNG plant there, a company source told Interfax.

20 August 2013
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Jinhong Energy to invest in LNG ship fuelling infrastructure

A subsidiary of Shenzhen Stock Exchange-listed PetroChina Jinhong Energy Investment has signed an agreement to invest RMB 600 million ($98 million) to develop LNG filling stations, real estate projects and a logistics park in a central Chinese city.

19 August 2013
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China’s polysilicon giant GCL to diversify into gas – report

Golden Concord Holdings (GCL Group) – the world’s largest supplier of polysilicon for solar panels – plans to expand into China’s oil and gas sector, as overcapacity and a collapse in global prices drive Chinese solar firms to seek new revenue streams, financial news portal has reported, citing unnamed company sources.

19 August 2013
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Chinese firms seize vehicular gas opportunity in Trinidad

ENN Group, one of China’s largest private companies, has signed a letter of intent (LOI) with Beijing Oriental Yuhong Waterproof Technology to jointly develop vehicular LNG and CNG projects in Trinidad and Tobago, Yuhong announced on Thursday.

16 August 2013

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