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Gazprom makes first delivery of carbon-neutral LNG to Europe

Gazprom makes first delivery of carbon-neutral LNG to Europe

MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian energy giant Gazprom said on Monday it had delivered its first carbon-neutral shipment of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Europe.

Gazprom said its shipment of Russian LNG, which it said was made carbon neutral by offsetting emissions resulting from its production and transport, had been delivered to Royal Dutch Shell at the Dragon terminal in Wales.

Carbon-neutral LNG typically involves companies supporting nature-based projects that reduce emissions to offset those generated from the exploration and production of natural gas. read more

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Shell Using Battery Power Storage for EV Use in Europe

Shell Using Battery Power Storage for EV Use in Europe

Dutch energy giant partners with Alfen for trials in Netherlands of EV forecourt system using fast chargers and battery storage, with ability to sell power back to the grid at peak times.

Shell and Alfen have launched a pilot to trial an on-site battery-powered system to support ultra-fast electric vehicle charging at Shell’s Zaltbommel forecourt in the Netherlands.

A Shell first, the battery-powered system offers an alternative solution to costly and time-consuming public grid upgrades by storing electricity in an on-site battery. The increased supply of energy helps power ultra-fast chargers, allowing drivers to simultaneously use the site’s two 175kW charge points. read more

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