OGJ Energy Transition Update - Feb 1st, 2024
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February 1, 2024
Eni and LG Chem formed an official partnership to proceed with joint development of a proposed grassroots biorefinery to be built at LG Chem’s integrated petrochemical complex in Daesan, Chungcheong Province, South Korea.

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Equinor let a construction contract to Leonhard Nilsen & Sønner for work related to the Snøhvit Future project in northern Norway.
Eni SPA has approved a proposed project to convert its existing 84,000-b/d conventional crude oil refinery in Livorno, Tuscany, into the country’s third biorefinery.
Seibu Oil is proceeding with permanent shutdown of subsidiary Idemitsu Kosan Co. Ltd.’s Yamaguchi refining complex in Japan and transforming the site into a hub for supply of carbon-free energy.
Preem AB has let a contract to Topsoe AS to deliver technology for a project to reconfigure a conventional processing unit for production of renewable fuels at the refinery in Lysekil, Sweden.

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Lhyfe has issued results from an extended trial off western France of its offshore hydrogen production pilot platform, Sealhyfe, which returned to dock last November.
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) is launching Copenhagen Energy Islands, a new development company dedicated to developing energy islands globally.