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26
May 2022

Kongsberg has announced that its new Capability Center in Bangalore will focus on ‘solving tech challenges and complex business problems’ for its customers in the utilities, energy, and maritime sectors'.

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26
May 2022

Dual fuel LNG carrier newbuild, Lagenda Suria, has been delivered at Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding (Group) Co.

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26
May 2022

Offshore bunkering operations in Algoa Bay, South Africa have been suspended following a fuel spill during a transfer operation between two Minerva Bunkering vessels on 23 May.

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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

Geopolitical instability related to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and rising bunker prices caused petroleum tanker rates for routes originating in Europe to rise to record highs in April 2022, according to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA).

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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

Vopak and Aegis have announced that the formation of their new partnership Aegis Vopak Terminals has been completed.

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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

An incorrectly installed section of main engine fuel oil return tubing led to an engine room fire aboard a containership off the coast of Santa Barbara, California, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has determined.

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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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