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Hwee Hwee Tan
Hwee Hwee Tan joins Lloyd’s List from The Business Times (BT) in Singapore, where she covered energy and maritime and was well-known in Singapore for her in-depth coverage of restructuring in the offshore sector and International Maritime Organization green shipping regulations. Prior to BT, she was with oil and gas magazine, Upstream. Dubbed the ‘rig lady’ by one fellow journalist, she was chasing after rig-building orders at the height of the last oil and gas upswing. Hwee Hwee considers herself “a yard aficionado” and relishes every shipyard visit that comes by her way.
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The Hydrogen Council has projected that this next-generation fuel will command an 18% share of the global energy market by 2050. The gas has been backed by policy-makers to help boost decarbonisation efforts
The LNG bunkering operation is backed by a joint venture comprising Toyota, JERA, NYK and K Line. The new LNG bunker vessel will play an important role in providing stable LNG fuel supply from Japanese ports
JERA and Marubeni remain open to exploring LNG tie-ups with the Port Kembla project, Squadron Energy said. The key project was meant to help alleviate impending gas supply shortages in New South Wales
Blockages to key approach channels to LNG plants in the US Gulf have coincided with an LNG winter demand uptick, which typically starts every October. With no certainty on when restrictions to access for deep-draft vessels will be lifted, Asian prices have risen
Bank lenders involved in the vessels are expected to back the VLCC sales to stave off a liquidity crunch likely to hurt Xihe Holdings’ fleet value. With cash running out fast, urgent measures to bring in cashflow will be welcomed
The cash acquisition of Areva H2Gen adds green hydrogen expertise to GTT’s portfolio of services directed at boosting the energy efficiency of the maritime sector