Tag: <span>Port of Antwerp</span>

Port of Antwerp uses drones to monitor pollution
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Port of Antwerp uses drones to monitor pollution

Port authorities in Antwerp, Belgium, are making use of the European Maritime Space Agency’s (EMSA’s) Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) to support day-to-day monitoring of port operations and rapid response to pollution incidents in the port area. The RPAS will enable the authorities to inspect at a distance their complex port environment which extends over...

Belgium commits to hydrogen project
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Belgium commits to hydrogen project

Deme, Engie, Exmar, Fluxys, Port of Antwerp, Port of Zeebrugge and WaterstofNet are joining forces to coordinate the delivery of concrete projects that shape the production, transport and storage of hydrogen. The organisations and ports will work together to bring hydrogen into the Belgian economy. In a first phase, the partners will make a joint...

Port of Antwerp to pilot production of methanol
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Port of Antwerp to pilot production of methanol

The Port of Antwerp is bringing together different players to produce sustainable methanol for port uses. ENGIE, Oiltanking, Indaver, Vlaamse Milieuholding (VMH) and Helm-Proman have declared their support for the project, and several knowledge institutes have also committed themselves. The purpose is to produce methanol not derived from fossil sources, as is currently done, for...

Port of Antwerp to get new LNG bunkering facility
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Port of Antwerp to get new LNG bunkering facility

Fluxys, an infrastructure company for natural gas, is to install a permanent liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering facility at the Port of Antwerp to complement the existing truck-to-ship bunkering service. Over the next 18 months, Fluxys will construct the infrastructure at quay 526-528 for barges and small sea-going ships to refuel with LNG. The company...