Learn how NTNU's world-class education influenced ECOnnect Energy's co-founders to develop their innovative concept.
AZANE Fuel Solutions is the world’s first provider of turn-key, flexible ammonia-fuel bunkering solutions. Based in Norway, the company is a Joint Venture between Amon Maritime and ECONNECT Energy.
A conversation with the ECONNECT Energy Summer 2022 interns: Andreas Gudbrandsen, Sebastian Kaland and Ida Sandtorp.
Carbon Dioxide (CO₂) transport is the intermediary step in the carbon capture value chain, where CO₂ shipping is increasingly playing a more important role in global decarbonisation efforts via transport for CO₂ storage or utilisation. Although technical challenges remain in CO₂ shipping, the technologies for transport are maturing, making the business case more favourable for widespread adoption.
A conversation with ECONNECT Energy's Senior Marine Manager Dr. Jikun You about the importance of hydrodynamics and mooring to inform jettyless IQuay system design.
ECONNECT Energy, with input from SINTEF Energy Research, have collaborated to address the knowledge gaps related to fluid dynamics in floating, flexible cryogenic pipes for the marine-based distribution of fluids with a proprietary fluid dynamic modelling tool.
This first interview in a two-part series features Founder and CFO Miriam Wennberg in a discussion about her personal journey in a male-dominated industry, the importance of diversity in the energy transition and advice for supporting a more equal and inclusive workplace.
This article explores the benefits of jettyless import terminals as a rapid and cost-efficient solution to secure greater energy independence in the EU.
One of the ECONNECT Energy co-founders and "patent prolific" colleagues leads the company’s efforts to continuously innovate, push boundaries, and deliver future-ready technology. The ECONNECT blog interviews CIO Stian Magnusson to discuss the innovations you can expect to see from ECONNECT in 2022.
We’ve all heard about Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) and the climate benefits that can be achieved by using this technology. But what exactly is CCS, and how does the technology sequester carbon emissions?
Natural gas will continue to play a central role in the energy mix, but how is it used to produce power, and what are the benefits?
Here we explore the several environmental and social benefits of replacing conventional marine loading and offloading jetties with "jettyless" infrastructure.
Due to IMO 2020 regulations, shipping actors are looking into methods of reducing sulfur emissions, which will increase demand for lower carbon fuel sources, such as LNG. Here we investigate the impact of the IMO policy on the global LNG market.
To decarbonise the shipping sector, ammonia (NH3) is seen as a promising alternative to current marine fuels. Ammonia has many applications; apart from agricultural, industrial and marine fuel use, ammonia can also be used for the energy storage of electricity produced by renewables.
A shift from oil to gas is necessary for a greener future. Gas is increasingly attractive for its low carbon emissions, low sulfur content, high energy density and availability. While many carbon-based fuels have faced declining demands in recent years, liquified natural gas (LNG) is globally one of the fastest growing fuels today.
ECONNECT Energy in partnership with Equinor conducted a physical wave operation to demonstrate the safe connection in waves, between the IQuay jettyless transfer system, La Santa Maria, to an Equinor-chartered gas carrier. The operation demonstrated the ability of the IQuay to withstand challenging weather without compromising safe and effective operations. The full-scale operation measured both the performance of the vacuum attachment system and the IQuay motion in waves, as well as a towing operation in significant swell.
The United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, with its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and the Paris Agreement on climate change provide a pathway for a more prosperous, equitable and sustainable future for people and the planet. Answering the call of the SDGs has never been more urgent. Luckily, recent trends have de-mystified both understanding and achieving the SDGs for the private sector.
Liquefied natural gas must be regasified to be used as fuel, power generation, for heating, cooking etc.. This process can be done in different ways, which is explained in the article.
Here we will discuss the most traditional methods of transferring LNG and other fluids from ship to shore, comparing it to floating jettyless transfer systems.
In 2017 ECONNECT Energy (then Connect LNG) and Naturgy Energy Group S.A. (then Gas Natural Fenosa) made history with the world's first transfer of LNG with the IQuay jettyless transfer system.
In recent years the excess supply of LNG, deregulation of markets, new hub-based pricing structures and technological developments have resulted in the emergence of new and complex trading patterns being driven by a dynamically changing global market that is also opening emerging new opportunities.
Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world, with a population of over 250 million, where the majority is located on five major islands and about 30 smaller groups. The nation is the largest energy consumer in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), accounting for more than 36% of the region's energy demand.
Carbon capture is an important measure to reduce carbon emissions to the atmosphere by capturing CO₂, and either utilizing it or storing it several kilometres underground. Carbon capture has existed for many years already, but at a relatively small scale. Our current global systems will continue to produce too much CO₂, and solutions to handle it elsewise must be considered.
With proprietary technology suitable for ammonia, CO₂, hydrogen, LNG, and more, ECONNECT Energy is engaged in international projects:
ECONNECT Energy was founded to address the challenges and inefficiencies of traditional LNG offloading methods from ship to shore. Our core offerings remove the need for fixed and permanent infrastructure, such as quays, jetties, trestle structures and loading platforms, and our technology also transfers ammonia and liquid CO₂.
Dredging and marine construction, which are both expensive and damaging to coastal areas, can be eliminated with ECONNECT Energy’s floating jettyless transfer solution.