Equinor testing new LNG-powered shuttle tankers

Norwegian energy giant Equinor is testing two newbuild liquefied natural gas-powered shuttle tankers it chartered for operations in the North Sea.

Wärtsilä LNG tech ordered for KNOT newbuilds

The Finnish technology group Wärtsilä has been contracted to provide tech solutions for KNOT’s two 124,000-DWT shuttle tanker newbuilds.

Biomethane is more than just hot air

Could methane provide the catalyst for a 100% renewable energy future? Biomethane is the new kid on the renewable energy block, but it is ready to come of age and offers real solutions to our future fuel needs.

Gasum partners up with the sustainable transport solution provider company Samskip

Gasum has partnered up with Samskip, a Rotterdam-based shipping company. The company owns two single fuel vessels Samskip Kvitbjorn and Samskip Kvitnos powered entirely by liquefied natural gas (LNG).

World’s Biggest LNG Engine Approved for CMA CGM Megaships

The biggest and most powerful LNG-fueled engine ever built has been approved for use on board the first vessel in a series nine 23,000 TEU containerships owned by French shipping giant CMA CGM.

Hoegh LNG logs quarterly net loss

Norway-based Hoegh LNG recorded a net loss in the first quarter saying it had a limited impact on its operations from the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.