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Equinor And SSE Thermal Acquire Triton Power And Prepare For Transition To Hydrogen

The Saltend Power Station Equinor and SSE Thermal are stepping up ambitions to contribute to decarbonisation in the UK. The companies are buying power company Triton Power from Energy Capital Partners (ECP), an energy-transition infrastructure investor, and are starting preparations to use hydrogen in the Saltend Power Station. The key plant included in the purchase […]

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EU Intensifies Global Gas Ramp Up, Targets Egyptian, Israelis Gas

Owning to prevailing circumstances surrounding recent sanctions and economic policies that envelop Russia and European countries as concern natural gas supply, EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has signed a memorandum of understanding with Egypt and Israel in what has been described as a ‘historic agreement’ in cushioning cut-effect of gas supply. The  tripartite […]

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ABB, Wison Offshore Partner On Global FLNG Development

ABB and Wison Offshore & Marine (WOM), a technology and solution provider focusing on clean energy have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on the development and implementation of floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facilities worldwide. FLNG facilities make the production, liquefaction, and storage of natural gas possible at sea, from where it […]

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Transafam Power Nigeria To Receive More Gas Supply From Accugas

Savannah Energy has announced that the Company’s 80% indirectly owned subsidiary, Accugas Limited, has entered into a new gas sales agreement (“GSA”) with TransAfam Power Limited (“TAPL”) in relation to the provision of gas for use at its power plants in Rivers State, Nigeria. TAPL is a licensed power generation company in Nigeria and is […]

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Equinor Resumes Production At Hammerfest LNG Barely 2-years Of Maintenance

After extensive repairs and improvement work, Hammerfest LNG is back in production after the fire in September 2020. The first liquified natural gas (LNG) is now on tank at Melkøya. “With the start-up of Hammerfest LNG, we add further volume to the already substantial gas deliveries from Norway. This is of great significance in a […]

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Savannah Energy’s Agreement With Chad Strengthens Diversification In Africa

British independent energy company, Savannah Energy, has signed an agreement with the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy of the Republic of Chad for the rollout of 500MW of renewable energy projects. The move will see Savannah Energy supplying electricity to the Doba Oil Project as well as the towns of Moundou and Doba in the […]

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Tlou Energy Progresses On Transmission Line Construction In Botswana

Construction activities for the transmission line to connect the Lesedi Power Project (Lesedi) to the Botswana power grid have commenced. Zismo Engineering have completed their preliminary work and bush clearing of the route is underway. Preliminary work included site handover, assembling the project team and resources, mobilisation of plant and equipment, line survey and design, […]

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Venture Global, Exxonmobil Sign LNG Sales And Purchase Agreements

Venture Global LNG has announced the execution of two new long-term Sales and Purchase Agreements (SPAs) with ExxonMobil LNG Asia Pacific (EMLAP) for the sale of 2 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) of liquefied natural gas (LNG).  Under the agreements, the ExxonMobil affiliate will purchase 1 MTPA from the Plaquemines LNG facility (Plaquemines) as well […]

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Asonha Energy Receives Grants Financing Of 2 Billion FCFA For Kinguelé Dam, Gabon

The Gabonese authorities have decided for the 2022 financial year to allocate financing of 2 billion FCFA to the company AsonhaÉnergie, a project company owned 60% and 40% respectively by Meridiam and Gabon Power Company (GPC) to develop the Kinguelé dam. In the official journal which gives this information, it is indicated that this financing […]

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INEOS Tasks British Government On Shale Gas Development

In prevalence to global energy crisis owing to Russian war in Ukraine, INEOS, one of the world’s largest chemicals and energy companies, has written to the UK government offering to safely develop a fully functioning Shale test site to demonstrate that the technology can be safe and secure in the UK. The offer comes following […]

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