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Some expect both to remain steady due to global economic conditions while others point to the return of $3/gallon gas (in the states) fueled mainly by an increase in foreign demand. Trinidad.

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Shell to expand global LNG position with ~$6.2B deal with Repsol S.A.

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s LNG (liquefied natural gas) portfolio outside of North America, including supply positions in Peru and Trinidad & Tobago, for $4.4 The acquisition will LNG capacity in the West Atlantic from Atlantic LNG (ALNG) in Trinidad & Tobago, and in the East Pacific from Peru LNG (PLNG). Royal Dutch Shell plc has agreed to acquire part of Repsol S.A’s billion in cash.

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BP takes delivery of 6 new LNG tankers

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BP is taking delivery of six new, state-of-the-art liquefied natural gas (LNG) tankers to support its expanding global LNG portfolio, and to respond to growing demand for lower-carbon energy sources around the world. The vessels will help service a 20-year liquefaction contract with the Freeport LNG facility in Texas, as well as other international LNG projects in BP’s global portfolio. BP also participates in LNG projects in Australia, UAE, Indonesia, Trinidad and Angola.

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UPS makes largest purchase of renewable natural gas yet in the US: 170M gallon equivalents over 7 years

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and, Trinidad, Colo., Since 2009, UPS has invested more than $1 billion in alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicles and fueling stations globally. UPS announced an agreement with Clean Energy Fuels Corp. to purchase 170 million gallon equivalents of renewable natural gas (RNG) through 2026. This is the largest commitment for use of RNG to date by any company in the United States, with a range of 22.5 - 25 million gallon equivalents per year.

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UPS to invest $100M more in compressed natural gas, CNG vehicles and related infrastructure

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Taken together, all of our alternative fuel vehicles represent 6% of the more than 100,000 UPS global fleet, and have driven a 10% annual reduction in use of conventional fuel. —Mark Wallace, UPS senior vice president global engineering and sustainability. Trinidad, Colo., UPS plans to build an additional 12 compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling stations and add 380 new CNG tractors to its growing alternative fuel and advanced technology fleet.

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Fuel economy measures could cut Commonwealth countries’ cumulative oil bill by US$3.2T through 2050

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trillion) through to 2050 and can help cut the world’s road transport energy use and CO 2 emissions by nearly half in that same time, by improving vehicle fuel economy, according to an opinion paper recently published by the Commonwealth Advisory Bureau (CAB) and sponsored by the Global Fuel Economy Initiative (GFEI). Trinidad and Tobago is interested in starting discussions on fuel economy with the GFEI. Commonwealth countries can cut their cumulative oil bill by £2 trillion (US$3.2

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Lifecycle study finds LNG can reduce shipping GHG emissions by up to 21%

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The report analyzes several LNG pathways, including LNG from Algeria, Australia, Qatar, Indonesia, Malaysia, Nigeria, Norway, Trinidad & Tobago and the USA. A lifecycle study by consultancy thinkstep, commissioned by SEALNG and SGMF, has found that greenhouse gas (GHG) reductions of up to 21% are achievable now from LNG as a marine fuel, compared with current oil-based marine fuels, over the entire life-cycle from Well-to-Wake (WtW).

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Devil in the Details: World Leaders Scramble To Salvage and Shape Copenhagens UNFCCC Climate Summit

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ºF) above pre-industrial levels to avoid the most catastrophic effects of climate change, and that global GHG emissions would have to peak around 2020 and then sharply decline by 50% to 85% by the year 2050. At the time the article was written, the emissions levels of the most intense reference scenario, known as A1FI (A1, Fossil Intensive), had already been outpaced by actual global GHG emissions by 2005, despite international emission reduction efforts such as the Kyoto Protocol.

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