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Queensland announces gas exploration program

More than 19,000 square km of Queensland will be released for exploration for gas to power local manufacturing and generate LNG royalties, and to identify new-age minerals needed for the next technology and renewables boom, the Government of Queensland announced.

Scotland launches project supporting hydrogen in transport

“Surf ‘n’ Turf” is a community energy project using hydrogen to open up new opportunities in the Orkney Islands in northern Scotland. The video explains the channelling of renewable energy from tidal turbines and a wind turbine into a hydrogen network that provides heat, power and eventually fuel for transport.

New scheme to accelerate marine energy technology

The initiative is using the expertise from Lloyd’s Register in the testing and development of internationally recognised standards and certification schemes for the sector against new marine technology, enabling confidence to private and commercial investors seeking to invest in marine energy projects.

Zero emissions ships to penetrate market by 2030

The shipping industry must and can play a significant role in addressing global warming by reducing its GHG emissions, according to a 4-year research, ‘Shipping in Changing Climates’, supported by over 30 partners from the industry, including Lloyds Register, Rolls Royce, BMT, Shell and MSI.

Zero emissions ships to penetrate market by 2030

The shipping industry must and can play a significant role in addressing global warming by reducing its GHG emissions, according to a 4-year research, ‘Shipping in Changing Climates’, supported by over 30 partners from the industry, including Lloyds Register, Rolls Royce, BMT, Shell and MSI.

Solar power moves forward in Rotterdam

Port of Rotterdam informed that solar power is starting to gain ground in the port, with sizeable expanses of roof surface fitted with solar panels at the RDM site and Waalhaven and many of buoys, dolphins and waterway markings already powered by their own solar panels.

Solar power moves forward in Rotterdam

Port of Rotterdam informed that solar power is starting to gain ground in the port, with sizeable expanses of roof surface fitted with solar panels at the RDM site and Waalhaven and many of buoys, dolphins and waterway markings already powered by their own solar panels.

First control hardware for renewable energy systems issued

The facility connects physical power plant controllers to a real-time simulator, allowing the controller to be fully tested and validated without the need for an actual generation facility or power grid. This enables cost-effective, low-risk testing under realistic conditions for all forms of renewable energy control systems.

DNV GL: Gas to become world’s primary energy source by 2035

Oil and gas will be crucial components of the world’s energy future, according to DNV GL’s Energy Outlook. While renewable energy will grow its share of the energy mix, oil and gas will account for 44% of world energy supply in 2050, compared to 53% today. Gas will become the largest single source of energy from 2034.

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