WinGD awards dual fuel/LNG validation for Mobilgard 40 AC cylinder oil

ExxonMobil’s advanced 40BN cylinder oil, Mobilgard 540 AC, has been validated by WinGD for use in its dual fuel engines with conventional fuels, including methanol, and now LNG. The high performance cylinder oil, which also has an approval from MAN ES for use in its two-stroke engines, was developed for use in slow-speed, two-stroke marine engines operating on fuels with up to 0.50% sulfur content, LNG, ethane, methanol and LPG.

ExxonMobil says that Mobilgard 540 AC has demonstrated an excellent...

https://www.marinelog.com/shipbuilding/engines-fuel/wingd-awards-dual-fuel-lng-validation-for-mobilgard-40-ac-cylinder-oil/

COLUMN | See you in court, part 57: Dolphin Drilling; Seatrium; Bourbon; Zachry Holdings [Offshore Accounts]

“See you in court!” is a familiar refrain and one we have often used as a headline. Offshore companies seem to get embroiled in contract disputes that end up in lengthy and expensive arbitration, or in commercial court disputes, just too often. I find it hard to believe that if this column covered...

https://www.bairdmaritime.com/offshore/column-see-you-in-court-part-57-dolphin-drilling-seatrium-bourbon-zachry-holdings-offshore-accounts/

COLUMN | Big is better? Big finds in Namibia; big losses at Gazprom; big sale at Edda Wind; big problems at Petrofac [Offshore Accounts]

Every day, the world uses around one hundred million barrels of oil. The term “big oil” is used pejoratively to describe the industry’s lobbying power. But is big always better? This week, we look at both the biggest and the best, and the biggest and the worst of the oil industry. Big finds:...

https://www.bairdmaritime.com/work-boat-world/offshore-world/column-big-is-better-big-finds-in-namibia-big-losses-at-gazprom-big-sale-at-edda-wind-big-problems-at-petrofac-offshore-accounts/

COLUMN | On the edge? McDermott, Petrofac, The Metals Company and Cadeler [Offshore Accounts]

Lady Gaga famously sang that she was “on the edge of glory”. This week, we look at four companies on the edge of….well, something. Let’s check in on two construction companies, a subsea mining venture, and our favourite wind turbine installer. McDermott on the edge Finally, a judge in the UK has...

https://www.bairdmaritime.com/work-boat-world/offshore-world/column-on-the-edge-mcdermott-petrofac-the-metals-company-and-cadeler-offshore-accounts/

COLUMN | Namibia and Nigeria – Plunder on the dancefloor, kicks on the drill floor? [Offshore Accounts]

Oh, to be young today! I know, I know, I know, I know, Sophie Ellis Bextor’s 2001 single “Murder on the Dancefloor” is back topping the charts after it appeared in a post cinematic rip-off of The Talented Mr. Ripley, and David Guetta is filling the dancefloors with his Grammy nominated “Baby Don’t...

https://www.bairdmaritime.com/work-boat-world/offshore-world/column-namibia-and-nigeria-plunder-on-the-dancefloor-kicks-on-the-drill-floor-offshore-accounts/

ExxonMobil partners with FuelCell Energy for CO2 capture pilot plant

ExxonMobil is set to construct a pilot plant at the Botlek site in Rotterdam, employing cutting-edge carbonate fuel cell technology.

These advanced fuel cells not only possess the capability to capture CO2 emissions from industrial sources before their release into the atmosphere but also have the added benefit of generating valuable by-products.

Furthermore, the innovative technology not only generates low-carbon power, heat, and hydrogen as valuable by-products but also efficiently captures CO2...

https://container-news.com/exxonmobil-partners-with-fuelcell-energy-for-co2-capture-pilot-plant/

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