Stas Margaronis | August 15, 2022 | Maritime | Technology | Energy | Alternative
Oslo, Norway-based MPC Container Ships (MPCCS) has announced that it is partnering with North Sea Container Line (NCL) and materials producer Elkem on an order for two 1,300 TEU ‘carbon neutral’ methanol powered container ships.
AJOT | August 15, 2022 | Maritime | Technology | Energy | Alternative
Alfa Laval technology is playing a leading role in the marine industry’s transition to carbon-neutral green methanol. In this year’s largest methanol order to date, the Alfa Laval FCM Methanol will be the low-flashpoint fuel supply system (LFSS) on six dual-fuel container vessels. The system was chosen for both its real-life performance and its high design flexibility.
Rystad Energy assesses that it is metallurgical issues that risk undermining Gazprom’s plans to support development of Iran’s offshore gas fields in particular. Both Iran and Russia are under sanctions from Europe and Japan, as well as others.
Contrary to its title, the US Inflation Reduction Act will usher in more energy service inflation in the next 18 months as the incentives offered to manufacturers struggle to keep up with the increased demand triggered by the bill.
Global residential heat pump demand will skyrocket in the coming decades as energy efficiency and energy consumption demand take center stage as a result of energy insecurity and decarbonization efforts.
When Talos Energy, a Houston driller, made the biggest private oil discovery in Mexico’s history in 2017, it enthusiastically led a $350-million investment in its new-found Zama field. Mexico had declared itself open to international business in energy, and Talos would help lead the way.
AJOT | August 10, 2022 | Energy | Alternative | Ports & Terminals | Equipment and Tech
Following months of negotiation over Congressional Democrats' agenda, and with persistent advocacy from the port industry, the Senate passed the long-awaited Inflation Reduction Act, the budget reconciliation bill that includes $3 billion over five years to establish a new grant program to install electrified equipment and reduce emission at ports.