Sunday, August 9, 2020

Batangas News

Philippines: Shell's Hydrogen Project Resumes as Covid-19 Restrictions Eased

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Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corp said on Wednesday it has resumed construction of an integrated hydrogen manufacturing facility at its Tabangao refinery in the Philippines, after being hampered by the coronavirus lockdown.Restrictions on movement…

Excelerate to Build FLNG Terminal in Philippines

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Philippine authorities have given Excelerate Energy LP permission to proceed on plans to develop a floating natural gas import terminal to supply existing and new power generation.Texas-headquartered player in floating LNG regasification solutions…

Philippines Greenlights LNG Terminal Project

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Philippine power producer First Gen Corp said on Friday it has learned that the Department of Energy has approved its application for a Notice to Proceed (NTP) for the construction of its FGEN Batangas LNG Terminal Project.First Gen, which operates four power plants with a combined capacity of

Philippines Short-lists Three Groups for LNG Terminal Project

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The Philippines has short-listed three different groups to build and operate its first liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal and hopes to nominate one by November, its energy minister said on Tuesday.Short-listed companies were chosen…

LNG to Benefit Philippines, Says ADB Energy Expert

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte. Photo: PNA

The Philippines stands to benefit from introducing liquefied natural gas (LNG) to support power generation and making it part of its energy mix, the government's Philippine News Agency reported quoting  an energy sector expert for the Asian Development Bank (ADB).

Shell Philippines Refinery Upgrade to Yield Euro IV Fuel

Shell Philippines has completed the upgrade of its 110,000 barrels per day (bpd) refinery in the province of Batangas and will be able to produce Euro-IV compliant fuels by January, the company said on Monday. That is in line with a government…

First Gen Seeks LNG Import Partner

The Philippines' First Gen Corp is talking with potential partners for its proposed $1 billion LNG import terminal, the head of the energy firm said on Friday. First Gen, one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest power producers, has been…