Mabanaft and Hapag-Lloyd have signed an MoU to evaluate options for the supply of ammonia as bunker fuel to Hapag-Lloyd in and around the Port of Hamburg, Germany, and the Port of Houston, US.
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EnBW will import 3 billion m3 of LNG per year via the Hanseatic Energy Hub in Stade, Germany, with the option of moving to ammonia as a hydrogen-based energy source at a later date.
Essar Oil UK Ltd has announced its plan to build a £360 million major new carbon capture plant at its Stanlow refinery in line with its ambition to become a leading low carbon refinery by 2030.
Natural gas has played an increasingly important role in both Egypt and Israel’s economies over the past 20 years, with both consumption and production having grown substantially.
LNG import capacity in the EU and the UK will expand by 34% by 2024 compared with 2021, according to GIIGNL and trade press data.