Gas
Leep Utilities granted independent gas transporter licence

It will allow the company to provide developers and contractors with a full multi-utility offering across all utilities on new developments

Arnold Schwarzenegger kicks gas in fossil fuel satire

Posing as fictional car salesman Howard Kleiner, the former Governor of California attempts to sell would-be electric car-buyers gasoline models on a number of dubious grounds

UK’s LPG ‘could go 100% bio-based by 2040’

Liquid Gas UK says versions of the fuel made from vegetable oils, glycerol, sugar and waste could cut carbon emissions by up to 90%

World’s first hydrogen car ferry ‘to hit the water in 2021’

Norwegian ferry company Norled and the Weston shipyard have signed a contract for the construction of the new vessel, along with a battery-powered ship

Oil and gas production efficiency on UKCS continues to rise

The efficiency of resource extraction in the offshore territory increased for the sixth consecutive year to 75% in 2018

UK’s first hydrogen train gets green light for mainline tests

Its developers say real-world testing is a significant step towards helping to decarbonise the nation’s railways

‘International action needed to scale up role of hydrogen’

The International Energy Agency suggests the right policies and support could make the clean gas a key part of a clean and secure energy future

Two tankers reportedly hit by ‘torpedo attacks’ in Gulf of Oman

News sources suggest two tankers operated by Frontline and Bernhard Schulte have been damaged off the coast of Fujairah in the United Arab Emirates

Norway’s trillion-dollar oil fund to divest from 150 oil and gas firms

In total, the fund is expected to remove $12bn of fossil fuel investments and plough up to $20bn into renewable markets

Gas growth over next five years to be driven by demand from Asia

Demand is expected to rise by more than a tenth by 2024, rising to a height of 4.3 trillion cubic metres