All Emissions Articles

NextDecade adds funding for LNG facility
Site will also offer carbon capture and storage
Cummins approves use of unblended renewable diesel
Unblended renewables approved for use in industrial high-horsepower engines
DOE plans CO2 infrastructure funding
Money will be earmarked for transportation infrastructure projects, including pipelines
Mitsubishi developing ammonia handling system
Mitsubishi Shipbuilding has begun demonstration
Mitsubishi Heavy opens decarbonization center
Nagasaki Carbon Neutral Park site for development of fuel production, combustion and CO2 capture technologies.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in first-of-its-kind CCU project
CO2 capture from waste-to-energy plant flue gas for methanation
Biden Administration launches methane task force
Aimed at reducing emissions, particularly from oil and gas sector
NGK supply major battery storage system
69.6 MWh platform planned for Japan
Ammonia-powered container ship design wins AiP
Seaspan, Mærsk McKinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping and Foreship presented the design
GTT gets AiP for liquefied hydrogen containment system
Adaptable to any size carrier, company says
Kohler maintenance program takes on generator wet stacking
Program offers No-Load Exercise and Extended Exercise options to address wet stacking concerns
WinGD powering LNG-hybrid vessels
NYK Line said the configuration will be 40% more energy efficient 
MAN high-speed marine engine 100% biofuel ready
MAN 175D formally approved for operation on up to 100% biofuels
Wärtsilä touts real-world hydrogen test results
Engines could run 100% load with 17% hydrogen blend
Wärtsilä, Shell part of methane slip project
Green Ray project to develop on-engine technologies
Miratech acquires Powertherm Maxim
Move expected to increase Miratech’s capacity, product offerings
Methanol expanding in bulker segment
Tsuneishi Shipbuilding signs latest contract for dual-fuel, methanol-powered MAN B&W ME-LGIM engine
420 MWh of energy storage planned for California
FlexGen Energy Systems to supply four peaking plants
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