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UAE, Netherlands Sign MoU for Developing Hydrogen Energy

The UAE’s Minister of Energy and Infrastructure Suhail bin Mohammed Al Mazrouei has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Dutch Ministry for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation Liesje Schreinem ...

Egypt Sends First LNG Cargo to the Netherlands

Egypt has sent its first ever liquefied natural gas (LNG) shipment to Netherlands through Damietta LNG Plant.

Shell to Build 820,000 t/y Biofuels Facility in Rotterdam

Royal Dutch Shell plc (Shell) took a final investment decision to build an 820,000-tonnes-a-year biofuels facility at the Shell Energy and Chemicals Park Rotterdam, the Netherlands, formerly known as the Pernis re ...

Equinor Joins the NortH2 Green Hydrogen Project

Equinor joins the NortH2 project which targets to produce green hydrogen using renewable electricity from the offshore wind off the coast of the Netherlands.

Heerema Contracted to Install Dana’s P11-Unity Platform

The Dutch company, Heerema Marine Contractors, were awarded a contract from HSM Offshore for the transportation and installation of Dana Petroleum's  P11-Unity platform.

Gas Production at Groningen Gas Field to drop to 9.3 bcm

Gas production at the Groningen field in the Netherlands has been capped by the Dutch gas sector regulator at 9.3 billion cubic metres (bcm) for the year ending October 2021

Iraq, Boskalis Ink MoU for New Artificial Island

Basrah Oil Company (BOC) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Royal Boskalis Westminster to establish a new artificial island.

Nigeria Exported 42% of Crude to India, Spain, Netherlands

Nigeria sold 42% of its total annual crude oil exports, which amounted to 320m barrels, to India, Spain and, the Netherlands, from June 2015 to May 2016.

Namibia Receives 250 Solar Units from Netherlands

The Dutch Minister of International Trade and Development, Lilianne Ploumen, donated 250 solar units to groups of Namibian children living in households without electricity, which were distributed via established wel ...

Shell May Be Held Liable for 2008 Nigeria Oil Spills

A Dutch appeals court ruled that Royal Dutch Shell may be held liable for 2008 oil spills at its subsidiary in Nigeria, potentially opening the way for other compensation claims against multinationals in the Niger Delta.

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