compressed hydrogen cargo ship

Approval for compressed hydrogen ship

The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) has issued an approval in principle (AIP) for Global Energy Venture’s (GEV) pilot compressed hydrogen ship.  GEV is an energy transition company headquartered in Australia with a mission to deliver compressed shipping solutions for transporting energy to regional markets.  The pilot-scale compressed hydrogen ship has a 430 tonne cargo …
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Energy infrastructure companies voice importance of natural gas

Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG), APA Group, Jemena and AusNet Services have highlighted the importance of gas in achieving the least-cost, fastest, and most efficient transition to a low-carbon future in a set of submissions issued in response to the Victorian Government’s Gas Roadmap consultation process. The companies – which together deliver gas to more …
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ARENA, Rio Tinto to explore hydrogen

Rio Tinto has joined forces with the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) to study whether hydrogen can replace natural gas in alumina refineries to reduce emissions. The company will conduct a $1.2 m million feasibility study, equally funded with ARENA through a $580,000 grant, into using clean hydrogen to replace natural gas in the calcination …
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Origin, Beach undergo gas price review

Origin Energy has been emerged in a price review for gas purchased from Beach Energy’s Otway Basin fields, located in Victoria and South Australia.  The arbitrator has now issued a partial award and on the basis of that decision the new gas price is likely to be materially above Origin’s expectations and recent comparable wholesale …
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Jemena completes pipelines for major NSW precinct

Jemena has constructed the mains and pipelines that deliver natural gas to the Barangaroo urban renewal project in Sydney, New South Wales. Natural gas is now flowing to Barangaroo’s waterfront development, marking a significant milestone in the precinct’s timeline. The Barangaroo project encompasses a promenade, parklands, plazas and coves. Jemena stated that connecting the natural …
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