The ship.energy report 30/07/2021 bbn.firetrench.com

Commentary: The ship.energy podcast – Michael Schaap, Commercial Director – Marine, Titan LNG

On this week’s podcast Michael Schaap talks to Mark Williams about Titan LNG’s plans for growing its LNG supply fleet, the impact that LNG is already having on reducing local emissions, and the prospects for bioLNG and synthetic LNG.

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Energy News: AmmPower to supply ammonia as marine fuel in Brazil

AmmPower Corp. has entered into an memorandum of understanding with Porto Central, located in the State of Espírito Santo, Brazil, for the development of a green ammonia production facility, storage and distribution.

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Technology News: CSM Energy and Hydrus team up on OSV retrofits

CSM Energy, part of the Columbia Group, and engineering firm Hydrus have joined forces to retrofit offshore support vessels to become hybrid ships, operating on batteries and fuel.

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Policy News: Firth of Forth proposed as Scotland’s Green Port

Scottish ports operator Forth Ports has intimated to the Scottish Government that it will submit a proposal for a Green Port encompassing key ports, industrial complexes and logistics centres along the north and south shores of the Firth of Forth and at Edinburgh Airport.

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Knowledge News: KPI OceanConnect sets up division to focus on alternative fuels

The bunker trader’s new Alternative Fuels and Special Projects division will be headed by director Bill Wakeling.

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