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26
May 2022

Finnish workboat firm Työvene has handed over its fourth hybrid electric ferry, Eloise, to the Swedish public transport company Västtrafik – two months ahead of schedule.

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26
May 2022

Sempra Infrastructure has entered into a heads of agreement (HOA) with Germany’s RWE Supply & Trading for the purchase of approximately 2.25 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa) of LNG from the Port Arthur LNG Phase 1 project in Texas.

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26
May 2022

The European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) has developed the first training course designed to equip ship inspectors with the knowledge and skills to assess the compliance of vessels calling at EU ports with applicable SOx regulations.

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26
May 2022

Repsol and Aramco are developing a synthetic fuel plant in Bilbao, northern Spain, which will use green hydrogen and CO2 to generate sustainable synthetic fuels for a range of markets, including marine.

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25
May 2022

The French Directorate General of Maritime Affairs, Fisheries and Aquaculture is using European Maritime Safety Agency drones to measure sulphur and nitrogen emissions from ships operating in the Emission Control Area (ECA) of the North Sea and English Channel.

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25
May 2022

Shell Overseas Investments and Dordtsche Petroleum Maatschappij, subsidiaries of Shell plc, have completed the sale of Shell Neft LLC, Shell’s retail stations and lubricants business in Russia, to Lukoil.

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25
May 2022

On 24 May, Stena RoRo delivered the Stena Estelle, the first of two ordered extended E-Flexer ferries, to Stena Line.

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25
May 2022

Spanish energy company Enagás, along with Repsol, has carried out the first pipe-to-ship LNG bunkering of a container ship at the Port of Cartagena.

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24
May 2022

Unite the Union has announced that industry action at ExxonMobil’s Fawley refinery will ‘escalate’ next month unless a pay deal is secured.

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24
May 2022

After a decade in development, the first unit of Fossil Free Marine’s bunker fuel station is ‘in the finishing stage’ of production and is scheduled to begin commercial operation near central Stockholm in late summer.

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