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Covid-19 crisis highlights LNG’s key role in gas security

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) remains central to ensuring the security of global natural gas supplies. And LNG has played a major role in the sector’s adjustment to the exceptional drop in global gas demand during the first half of 2020. According to the International Energy Agency, who published a new report.

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European Industry & Energy Summit goes online

The European Industry & Energy Summit 2020 goes completely online! We make a virtue of necessity and broadcast the summit at the 8th and 9th of December from Amsterdam and various industrial locations in the Netherlands. One of the studios will be in Nijlicht in the Eemshaven (Groningen). We are also planning studios in Rotterdam […]

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Europe makes shipping also responsible for climate

Like aviation and land transport, also shipping must drastically reduce CO2 emissions. If it were up to the European Parliament, the maritime transport sector would have to produce at least forty percent fewer emissions annually by 2030. There will also be a special ‘Ocean Fund’ to make ships more energy efficient and to invest in […]

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Funding approval for German green hydrogen Westküste100

The consortium behind the Westküste100 project received the go-ahead and funding approval from the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy. That will make it Germany’s first hydrogen project included in the real-world. The project is backed by an investment volume totalling 89 million euros.

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One-tenth of electricity generated by wind or solar

According to research by climate think-tank Ember wind and solar now generate one-tenth of global electricity. Ember’s new half-year analysis aggregates national electricity generation for 48 countries making up 83% of global electricity production. It builds on Ember’s annual Global Electricity Review.

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