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02
Dec 2019

Petrobras has reportedly selected four groups of companies – which include China’s Sinopec, Abu Dhabi’s Mubadala Investment and two Brazilian firms – in the second round of bidding for four of its refineries.

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02
Dec 2019

PortsToronto, owner and operator of Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, has announced that the airport’s Marilyn Bell I passenger/vehicle ferry is set to become ‘the first 100% electric lithium-ion powered ferry in service in Canada’.

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27
Nov 2019

In what it describes as a ‘pivotal shift’, Rystad Energy is forecasting that the US is ‘only months away from full energy independence’.

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22
Nov 2019

Petrobras has announced the start of the binding phase for the sale of four of its refineries.

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22
Nov 2019

The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has approved four Texas-based liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects and related facilities to export natural gas.

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21
Nov 2019

The Amherst Islander II, an electric Damen Road Ferry 6819 E3, has been launched at Damen Shipyards Galati in Romania.

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21
Nov 2019

BC Ferries has announced that its first two hybrid electric Island Class ferries left the Damen shipyard in Romania yesterday (20 November) on a semi-submersible vessel and are now on their way to British Columbia.

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20
Nov 2019

Avenir LNG has announced that it will be working with Golar Power to develop the small-scale LNG market in Brazil, and their service offerings will include LNG bunkering.

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18
Nov 2019

A US bankruptcy court judge has given approval for the process to sell the Philadelphia Energy Solutions (PES) oil refinery, which has been out of action since a major fire in June.

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18
Nov 2019

Trinidad & Tobago’s Finance Minister Colm Imbert has indicated that a decision regarding the ownership of the Pointe-a-Pierre refinery previously operated by Petrotrin could be made ‘in the very near future’.

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