Energy & Offshore

Sembcorp unit to acquire Vector Green for $474m

Vector Green has renewable power generation assets across 13 Indian states.

Singapore-Malaysia Electricity Interconnector upgrade completed

The interconnector can now handle around 1,000MW of electricity flows.

Keppel, NUS, NTU eye development of a floating hybrid renewable energy system 

The parties will study the technological and economic feasibility of its development.

Keppel inks revised deal on merger of its O&M division with Sembcorp Marine

The revised deal will accelerate the completion of the merger.

Singapore, Sarawak partner to develop carbon capture storage

This will cover policy exchanges and potential project implementations.

Energy Market Authority launches two-year study for optimising energy consumption

Companies will be paid based on reduction on prices or energy demand.

Singapore, Cambodia ink MOU for cross-border energy cooperation

It is expected to pave the way for greater cross-border electricity trade between the two.

Keppel signs MOU with Greenko to explore green ammonia production

They will explore the feasibility of developing a 250,000 tonne green ammonia production facility.

Sembcorp Marine bags FLNG facilities conversion project

The conversion of the first facility will be delivered in the first half of 2024.

Singapore and Vietnam powers commitment to energy transition with MoU

The agreement covers key areas such as R&D and low-carbon energy technologies.

Spot LNG prices soar 113% between January to August: MTI

About one-third of Singapore’s natural gas is imported as LNG.

SG, Laos strengthen energy cooperation

Areas of cooperation include renewable energy deployment in Lao PDR.

Keppel unit to explore ammonia-fired gas turbine adoption on Jurong Island

The study will be conducted alongside Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and DNV.   Keppel New Energy, a wholly owned subsidiary of Keppel Infrastructure...

What’s ahead for Yangzijiang Shipbuilding LNG orders?

LNG vessels orders will be key catalysts for Yangzijiang Shipbuilding.