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Coffee shipped by sailboat Is a whimsical way to lower your emissions
Coffee shipped by sailboat Is a whimsical way to lower your emissions

Bloomberg | May 22, 2022 | Maritime | Breakbulk News | Energy | Alternative | Logistics

A small band of importers and sailors are trying to overthrow dirty cargo ships’ command of the high seas and deliver lower-carbon coffee beans. 

New LNG deal will allow finland, estonia to end russian gas imports

Bloomberg | May 20, 2022 | Energy | Conventional

Corvus Energy sets up US battery factory to meet market demand for hybrid and zero-emission vessels
Corvus Energy sets up US battery factory to meet market demand for hybrid and zero-emission vessels

AJOT | May 19, 2022 | Energy | Alternative

Corvus Energy, the leading supplier of battery energy storage systems (BESS) for marine applications, is pleased to announce that the company is expanding its US operations by opening a new factory in the state of Washington.

Top of the charts: Permian Delaware output to hit record in 2022, driven by private operators and soaring demand
Top of the charts: Permian Delaware output to hit record in 2022, driven by private operators and soaring demand

AJOT | May 19, 2022 | Energy

Total hydrocarbon production in the Permian Delaware Basin, the top-producing play in the Permian, will hit a record 5.7 million barrels of oil equivalent per day (boepd) average in 2022, according to Rystad Energy research. Spurred on by high oil prices and appealing well economics, total production is set to grow by around 990,000 boepd, almost half of which – 433,000 boepd – is new oil production.

Aviation CO2 intensity falls year-on-year, IBA data shows
Aviation CO2 intensity falls year-on-year, IBA data shows

AJOT | May 19, 2022 | Air Cargo | Technology | Energy | Alternative

CO2 intensity per-seat per-mile decreases by 2.5% from April 2021 to April 2022

Action on fuel vital to stop transport collapse and secure decarbonization

AJOT | May 19, 2022 | Energy | Alternative | Intermodal | Road

Sky-high US gasoline prices to lure more imports from Asia
Sky-high US gasoline prices to lure more imports from Asia

Bloomberg | May 19, 2022 | Energy

The worsening gasoline crunch looks set to buoy Asian refiners -- particularly those in India -- as sky-high US prices encourage more exports.

Scandlines turns down diesel engines, turns up wind power and reduces CO2 emissions once again
Scandlines turns down diesel engines, turns up wind power and reduces CO2 emissions once again

AJOT | May 19, 2022 | Maritime | Technology | Energy | Alternative

With the aim of becoming emission-free by 2040, Scandlines is setting itself higher targets than the Paris Agreement. The next step is the installation of a Norsepower Rotor Sail on the Scandlines hybrid ferry, M/V Berlin

EU regulators must recalibrate EU ETS reform to ensure shipping industry is green by 2050
EU regulators must recalibrate EU ETS reform to ensure shipping industry is green by 2050

AJOT | May 18, 2022 | Maritime | Technology | Energy | Alternative

The European Parliament’s ENVI Committee today adopted its report on the proposal on the revision of the EU ETS. The World Shipping Council (WSC) welcomes this crucial step towards the achievement of the goals of the EU Green Deal but stresses that improvements to the ETS proposal are still needed.

Back to work: US O&G employment to recover in 2022, reaching pre-pandemic levels in five years
Back to work: US O&G employment to recover in 2022, reaching pre-pandemic levels in five years

AJOT | May 18, 2022 | Energy

Employment in the US oil and gas industry is set to rebound in the coming years and surpass pre-Covid levels, with almost 1.1 million projected workers by the end of 2027, according to Rystad Energy research.

Russian oil producers start using tankers the world didn’t want
Russian oil producers start using tankers the world didn’t want

Bloomberg | May 18, 2022 | Maritime | Bulk | Energy

Russian oil producers are starting to book up an increasing number of tankers owned by the nation’s state tanker company, boosting demand for a fleet that fell from international favor after the invasion of Ukraine.

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