Lomonosov Prospect, Sovcomflot's large-capacity tanker using LNG fuel as its primary fuel, successfully completed a commercial voyage along the Northern Sea Route (NSR) to deliver a cargo of petroleum products from the Republic of Korea to Northern Europe.
The Gazprom Neft Board of Directors has reviewed the company’s associated petroleum gas (APG) utilisation programme, as well as greater effectiveness in APG utilisation in 2018 and plans for 2019–2021.
SIBUR, Russia’s largest integrated petrochemicals company, and SG-trans, one of the country's major railway operators, have set up Petrochemicals Transportation Company (NKhTK), a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) transportation joint venture.
Enel Green Power España (“EGPE”), Endesa's renewable energy division, has started construction of three solar plants for an overall capacity of around 127 MW in the municipality of Logrosán, near Cáceres, representing the company’s first solar plants in the Extremadura region.
Sales volumes during the first 9 months of 2018 increased by 9% compared to 2017, amounting to a total of 85 million tonnes of coal and other energy goods.
As Europe ramps up its investment in wind power, turbines have bloomed like wildflowers across the continent.
SAP and SUEK are launching a unified information trading system (UITS) based on SAP Commodity Management. With the new solution, the company will improve the efficiency of its sales process and the operations of international traders, it will also ensure the transparency in preparing offers and will reduce transactional risks.
Endesa’s renewable energy company Enel Green Power España (EGPE), has begun construction of three wind farms for a total capacity of 128 MW in the municipalities of Muniesa and Alacón, in the region of Aragon’s Teruel province.
Siemens Gamesa has secured its first order in Russia from Enel Russia, one of the country's independent power producers (IPP), for the supply of 90 MW of wind turbines.
The offshore pipelay vessel "Audacia" began its work on the Nord Stream 2 project today. "Audacia", operated by Allseas, is the second vessel together with the "Castoro Dieci" (C10) to lay the Nord Stream 2 pipeline in the German route section.