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Oristano, LNG terminal approved

Oristano, LNG terminal approved

Oristano - The Port Authority’s Management Committee gave the go-ahead for a fifty-year concession to Edison SpA to build the first liquefied natural gas terminal in Sardinia. It will be built in the port area of Oristano on a property of over 11,000sqm associated with almost 8,000sqm of water

Civitavecchia, truce over coal handling issue
Up to 50 missing after 3 boats capsize off Thailand / GALLERY

Up to 50 missing after 3 boats capsize off Thailand / GALLERY

Pukhet - Up to fifty Chinese tourists are missing while 17 were confirmed dead after threeships carrying over 150 people capsized off Phuket, Thailand. According to a statement by the Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China in Songkhla, the ships capsized on July 5 due to inclement weather conditions

“Methanol, ideal solution for short distances” / INTERVIEW

“Methanol, ideal solution for short distances” / INTERVIEW

Genoa - Resistance from industry represents the biggest obstacle to the use of methanol in cars and ships. That was the 2011 conclusion arrived at by the authors of an MIT study on the “future of natural gas”, and it’s echoed today by Eelco Dekker, manager at the Methanol Institute

“Easy LNG” project under way

“Easy LNG” project under way

Livorno - Energy efficiency, the decarbonisation of the ports, and reducing fossil fuel use and polluting emissions. These were the topics discussed at Palazzo Rosciano during the meeting to launch the GNL Facile (tr. “Easy LNG”) project

ILVA: document from commissioners, postponement for further discussion
Rotterdam says “considerable” fuel oil spilled in harbour
Yamal LNG ships first LNG cargo to Spain

Yamal LNG ships first LNG cargo to Spain

Moscow - Russia’s ship giant Novatek announced on Friday that Yamal Lng, its liquefied natural gas facility (LNG) in the Yamal peninsula, shipped the first cargo LNG to Spanish company Gas Natural Fenosa in accordance with the long-term offtake agreement

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