“North Sea oil and gas production is still vital”

Oil and Gas Authority Chairman said North Sea exploration can ensure a successful energy transition to net zero

Eni to deliver ‘carbon-neutral’ LNG to Taiwan

The fuel will be sourced from the Bontang liquefaction terminal in Indonesia, with Eni claiming the emissions produced by the entire value chain of the LNG cargo will be offset

Greece’s €166.7m public support for LNG terminal granted EU approval

The Greek authorities confirmed the LNG terminal would be apt to use for hydrogen and believe the project would contribute to a cleaner mix through increased use of gas instead of coal

TotalEnergies plots course for LNG decarbonisation

The company has joined forces with Novatek to explore ways to reduce emissions from LNG production

Ireland plans to ban fracked gas imports and stop LNG terminal developments

The country has already banned the use of fracking for the extraction of natural gas onshore and ended the issuing of new exploration licences for oil or natural gas offshore

Gazprom delivers first ‘carbon-neutral’ LNG to Europe

LNG has been delivered to Royal Dutch Shell at the Dragon terminal in Wales

Norway’s Hammerfest LNG plant to be closed for up to a year

Operator Equinor said the fire repairs at the facility could take up to 12 months

bp and Enagás team up to develop low carbon transport fuels in Spain

The agreement aims to scale up the production of sustainable fuels in the Spanish market and develop the necessary infrastructure for wider adoption

Tristar adds LNG tanker to shipping fleet

The vessel will be the first LNG ship to be added to the firm’s fleet of 30 ocean-going tankers

Green light for ‘world’s first’ LNG-powered shallow water pushboat design

Rolls-Royce and Robert Allan say the new design produces less pollutants than vessels with conventional propulsion systems