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Floating along nicely

According to research by trade association RenewableUK, the orderbook for global offshore floating wind projects currently stands at 54GW. The orderbook includes all possible projects, including those in early-stage development through to operational. Over half of the 54GW total is to be found in E..

GEI Hydrogen Project Playbook – Issue 1

The GEI Data Research Team looks at the new hydrogen projects added to our database. Forty-one new projects were added to our database in the last four weeks across green, turquoise, blue and transportation hydrogen all are currently planned or proposed.

U.S. Offshore Enjoys Growth Spurt

According to the Department of Energy (DoE), the orderbook for US offshore wind capacity has increased 24% in the last 12 months to a potential generating capacity of 35GW.

Dangote Seeks to Escalate Polypropylene Output

Dangote complex to add 900,000 tpy of polypropylene production next to its massive 650,000 bpd oil refinery.

LNG Projects Aim to Shrug Off Challenging Year

Progress has been slow on both the liquefaction and regasification sides over the past 12 months, but numerous new developments are planned.

Texas Refinery Turns to Blue Hydrogen

The Javelina Refinery operated by Howard Midstream Energy Partners (HEP) in Corpus Christi is set to become the first carbon-neutral hydrogen production site in south Texas.

Malaysia Looks to a Third Floater

Petronas has issued a front-end engineering and design (FEED) tender for its third floating LNG (FLNG) vessel.

India’s Ratnagiri Complex Still Looking for Direction

The developing Ratnagiri Refinery & Petrochemicals complex has been a controversial project the last few years and could be headed for more change if it hopes to find its footing in the short term.

Big Oil Joins Big Wind in China

CNOOC has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with China Three Gorges (CTG) to build on synergies in the renewable energy sector.

Avangrid Sees Hydrogen Future

Avangrid, Inc. the sustainable energy company that is part of Iberdola, released some details on how it intends to expand into the hydrogen sector.

Mozambique's LNG Ambitions Stall

​ExxonMobil has halted activities in Mozambique, but is ready to resume as security conditions allow.

Petrochemical Competition Heats Up in India

Adani Enterprises announced it had created a new subsidiary known as Adani Petrochemicals Ltd (APL) to focus on petrochemicals.

First Turbine in Djibouti

The diminutive East African nation of Djibouti has had its first turbine installed by Siemens Gamesa.

Oil majors pile into Scottish offshore wind tender

Scotwind tender draws 74 bids amid strong competition for North Sea project rights

Shell has Eyes on More Hydrogen and CCS projects

Royal Dutch Shell (Shell) has set a goal to cut the carbon intensity of its emissions by 20 percent by 2030 and 45 percent in 2035 before reaching net-zero emissions by 2050.

A First Nation First?

The Nisga’a Nation, Rockies LNG Partners and Western LNG have announced the filing of the Initial Project Description for the Ksi Lisims LNG project with the Government of British Columbia and the Government of Canada.

China Steps Further into Iraq with New Refinery Agreement

The Iraq Ministry of Oil recently announced that China had agreed on a plan for the funding, construction, and operation of a new refining and petrochemical complex in Southern Iraq.

Highfield Energy joint venture secrures E160m financing for Irish Solar PV duo

Press Release - Highfield Energy

The World in Review

BP’s annual Statistical Review of World Energy was launched virtually by Chief Economist Spencer Dale on 8 July.

Asian renewable energy hub faces setback

The Asian Renewable Energy Hub (AREH) is one of the world largest and most ambitious energy projects.

A future jewel in the crown?

Crown LNG has signed an agreement with Aker Solutions.

Nigeria keeps up the pace for self-sufficiency in refining

NPPC spending money to keep capacity under control and improved for own facilities.

Guangdong leading the way in offshore

Guangdong province has revealed ambitious plans to develop its offshore wind industry.

Navigator Plans for 1,200-Mile Carbon Capture Pipeline System

Navigator CO2 Ventures’ planned 1,200-mile carbon capture pipeline system across the U.S. Midwest should prevent up to 12 million metric tons of hydrocarbon from being released into the atmosphere each year.

Upcoming Massive Amur Gas Plant Adds Second Train

Progress at the massive Amur Gas Processing Plant (GPP) continues its march towards full startup.

China to Become World's Largest Market

China is set to replace Japan as the world’s largest LNG market this year.

Construction starts on Sofia

RWE Renewables has started construction works on its large offshore North Sea windfarm.

Masdar wins Uzbekistan solar tenders

The Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Uzbekistan has large ambitions with solar power. It has a broad program to construct solar PV plants with a total capacity of 1 gigawatt (GW).

NNPC Looks to Take Stake in Upcoming Refineries

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has been endeavoring to acquire equity in as many as six developing private refineries in the country.

Largest yet for the Philippines

Siemens Gamesa has secured an order to supply, install and commission 32 turbines in the Philippines.