Future Fuels – Page 2

  • Panama will soon be a key global biofuel logistics hub serving over 1,000 ports
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    Global biofuel facility

    2022-05-23T10:06:00Z

    A partnership with the Government of Panama will provide a key global logistics hub serving over 1,000 ports

  • Many are already working towards creating a future where green ammonia will be produced from renewable power sources such as wind and solar
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    Ammonia plant prototype

    2022-05-23T09:52:00Z

    A cutting edge ammonia project has won a UK government grant to help get it off the ground

  • Hydrotug is the first vessel to be powered by two BeHydro V12 dual fuel medium speed engines
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    Hydrogen powered tugboat

    2022-05-18T11:27:00Z

    The first hydrogen powered tugboat is creeping closer to completion with its first water launch

  • An artist impression of Brittany Ferries’ newbuild hybrids
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    Future proof fuelling

    2022-05-16T09:57:00Z

    A long term partnership has been established to supply fuel to two new hybrid bio methane ferries

  • Uniper plans to establish a German national hub for hydrogen in Wilhelmshaven
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    Green fuels hub

    2022-05-16T09:44:00Z

    Germany is building its first LNG terminal with the aim of diversifying its natural gas supply sources

  • Rotterdam says it can supply Europe with 4.6 megatonnes of hydrogen by 2030
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    Good news for hydrogen supply

    2022-05-10T12:35:00Z

    Rotterdam says it can supply Europe with 4.6 megatonnes of hydrogen by 2030, considerably up on expectation

  • The CPL parties are cooperating nationwide to conduct research into how hydrogen can be used to supply power to port technology and port logistics
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    Hydrogen test bed

    2022-05-09T09:51:00Z

    An innovation cluster is being created to test hydrogen powered port logistics equipment

  • The Port of Newcastle's Green Hydrogen Hub Project has secured more funding
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    Hydrogen hub funding

    2022-05-04T10:16:00Z

    An Australian port is to receive AUS$41 million in funding for its green hydrogen hub project

  • Robert Allan is at the forefront of designing alternative fuelled tugs. Pictured, the hybrid powered RApport 2400 MkII
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    Methanol port vessels

    2022-05-04T09:46:00Z

    An agreement has been signed to design and build a new series of methanol-fuelled tugboats

  • The Port of Gothenburg is aiming to become the primary bunkering hub for renewable methanol in Northern Europe
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    Methanol bunkering hub plan

    2022-04-27T11:29:00Z

    The Port of Gothenburg is aiming to become the primary bunkering hub for renewable methanol in Northern Europe

  • Unitrove’s technology has won a UK Government grant to develop a unit ready for rapid deployment to ports around the world
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    UK backs hydrogen transition

    2022-04-27T10:54:00Z

    The UK government is backing hydrogen powered ships by way of a grant to bring new technology to market

  • INOXCVA’s MiniLNG Terminal will be capable of receiving LNG through smaller ships while provisioning for LNG distribution and ship bunkering in the future
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    LNG for the Caribbean

    2022-04-25T10:09:00Z

    An LNG fueliing terminal is being developed to deliver low carbon fuel solutions to the Eastern Caribbean

  • The US launched its first hydrogen powered vessel last year, Sea Change, a 70-foot hydrogen fuel cell passenger ferry
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    Port hydrogen plans

    2022-04-25T09:52:00Z

    The American Association of Port Authorities says that its members are banking on hydrogen as one of its future fuels of choice

  • Shoreham Port has ambitions to become a green energy hub
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    Creating a green energy hub

    2022-04-20T10:48:00Z

    Shoreham Port is setting a powerful vision of a sustainable future, where local industry empowers local business communities to go green, from their own doorstep, writes Kate Tyrer, Shoreham Port

  • Tahara Maru refueling at Nagoya Port Garden Pier
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    Biofuel tug trial

    2022-04-19T10:19:00Z

    One carbon neutral effort is conducting a three month biofuel trial using tugboats

  • Holland Hydrogen I, the electrolyser that Shell is going to build at the Conversion Park on the Maasvlakte will be connected to the pipeline
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    Hydrogen pipeline first

    2022-04-19T09:15:00Z

    Shell has become the first hydrogen pipeline customer at the Port of Rotterdam helping it get its hydrogen economy off the ground

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    Marine biofuel trial

    2022-04-14T09:21:00Z

    Trial confirms that marine biofuel can be considered a ‘drop in fuel’ that can help to reduce emissions

  • Paceco-Mitsui NZE (near-zero-emission) Transtainer RTGs are designed with a small diesel engine genset that can be easily converted to hydrogen power
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    Hydrogen equipment project

    2022-04-12T10:01:00Z

    One port is working on transitioning to fuel cell powered cargo handling machinery and drayage trucks

  • The new hydrogen terminal will operate on the Maasvlakte under the name ACE Terminal
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    European hydrogen supply

    2022-04-11T10:48:00Z

    Three energy movers are joining forces to develop an import terminal for a hydrogen carrier in the Port of Rotterdam

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    Zeebrugge LNG ambitions

    2022-04-08T11:01:00Z

    A Belgian port has ambitions to become an international green hub