EU supports 19 green maritime projects

The European Union is supporting Member States’ shift to greener fuels for transport with new funding commitments.

Orlen in Talks to Buy $7.8 Billion Polish State-Run Gas Firm

Poland’s biggest oil refiner signed a letter of intent with the government to acquire a controlling stake in the country’s biggest gas company as part of the state’s drive to create national champions.

Hoyer Group boosts its LNG business

German logistics services provider Hoyer Group is expanding its liquefied natural gas (LNG) transport business footprint.

Rolande enters German LNG-fueling market

The Dutch liquefied natural gas (LNG) fueling infrastructure specialist Rolande has entered the German market with its first facility in Ulm.

Hudong to deliver third Yamal LNG carrier

China’s Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding is to deliver another LNG carrier that will serve the Novatek-operated Yamal project in the Arctic.

Shell’s shipping study confirms LNG as transition fuel

A Shell study released on Tuesday exploring how the shipping industry is working to slash its emissions has confirmed LNG as one of the main transition fuels.

Zvezda starts work on another LNG-powered Aframax

Russian Zvezda shipyard has started building another liquefied natural gas-powered Aframax tanker for compatriot Rosneft.

Spanish port in first LNG bunkering

Spanish port of Denia recently hosted its first liquefied natural gas bunkering operation supplying the fuel to Balearia’s ferry.

Enagas and BP partner on LNG, CNG as fuel in Spain

Enagas and a unit of BP have teamed up to promote the use of LNG and CNG as fuel for the transport sector in Spain as part of a move to reduce emissions.

LNG marine fuel use to grow despite potential pandemic downturn

The barriers to entry for LNG to gain ground in the marine fuels market are falling, as industry players told attendees at Riviera’s webinar on LNG as a marine fuel