EurOil - Europe Oil & Gas
Global shipping giant A.P. Moller – Maersk is to launch in the first quarter of 2024 the first of eight container ships that will burn carbon-neutral methanol instead of dirty bunker fuel.
A court in Germany has ruled that Russia’s controversial Nord Stream 2 pipeline should not be exempt from EU gas market rules, creating new headaches for the project’s state-owned operator Gazprom, which may be unable to use half the capacity.
Preliminary figures from the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate show that the country’s oil and gas production bounced back in July after dipping in June.
The Project Greensand carbon capture and storage (CCS) consortium is proceeding with the scheme’s pilot phase.
Warnings are emerging that LNG imports may not be enough to prevent Europe from experiencing a gas supply crunch this winter.
Two German companies, Wintershall and VNG, have agreed to co-operate on hydrogen development. As a first step, the two companies said they would build a pilot facility to provide “turquoise hydrogen”.