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Study launched to ship hydrogen on chemical carriers

Splash24/7 02 Aug 2021
Last year, Chiyoda Mitsubishi Corporation, Mitsui & Co and Nippon Yusen Kaisha successfully completed the demonstration project of a long distance transportation and storage of hydrogen using Chiyoda’s SPERA Hydrogen technology by producing MCH in Brunei, shipping it to Japan and shipping toluene back to Brunei.
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Study for commercial-scale hydrogen imports

Hydrocarbon Engineering 02 Aug 2021
and MITSUI & CO., LTD., and Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha successfully completed the demonstration project of the long-distance transportation (5000km) and storage of hydrogen using Chiyoda Corp.’s SPERA Hydrogen technology by producing MCH in Brunei, shipping it to Japan and shipping toluene back to Brunei.
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Port of Rotterdam Studies Hydrogen Imports Using Chemical Carrier

The Maritime Executive 31 Jul 2021
They built a plant to turn toluene into methylcyclohexane (MCH) in Brunei, shipped it to Japan, converted the MCH to toluene and hydrogen, kept the hydrogen and shipped the toluene back to Brunei for reuse. According to Chiyoda, this was the world’s very first global hydrogen supply chain project proving technical readiness for commercial use.
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Brunei reports 3 new imported COVID-19 cases, 336 in total

Sina 30 Jul 2021
According to Brunei's Ministry of Health, two of the new cases are among the 18 crew of a ship that left Singapore on July 4 and arrived in Brunei on July 9, which means that 15 out of 18 ship crews have been tested positive ...
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Britain is 'a bi*ch asking for a beating' with its South China Sea warship challenge, ...

The Daily Mail 30 Jul 2021
'US ships have repeatedly entered the 12-nautical-mile limit of Chinese islets in the South China Sea, and China has exercised maximum restraint,' he said ... HMS Defender is shown at anchor alongside a ship of the Brunei navy during a visit to port as the UK's carrier group carries out exercises in the South China Sea.
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US defence chief visits Vietnam to shore up support in Asia

Al Jazeera 29 Jul 2021
Vietnam has emerged as the most vocal opponent of China’s territorial claims and has received US military hardware, including coastguard ships ... China claims almost the entire resource-rich sea, through which trillions of dollars in shipping trade passes annually, with overlapping claims from Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam.
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US says China's sea claims have 'no basis' in international law

The Economic Times 27 Jul 2021
China claims almost the entire resource-rich sea, through which trillions of dollars in shipping trade passes annually, with overlapping claims from Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam ... .
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Pentagon chief fires broadside at China: Sea claims baseless

Manila Standard Today 27 Jul 2021
China claims almost all of the resource-rich sea, through which trillions of dollars in shipping trade passes annually, with competing claims from Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan, and Vietnam.
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Brunei reports 12 new imported COVID-19 cases, 333 cases in total

Sina 26 Jul 2021
According to Brunei's Ministry of Health, 10 of the new cases are among the 15 close contacts for the three imported cases reported on July 20, who are all the crew of a ship that left Singapore on July 4 and arrived in Brunei on ...
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All is Not Well for China and Its Expansionist Designs in the Neighbourhood

Yahoo Daily News 18 Jul 2021
China claims most of the South China Sea; a claim contested by five other states—the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei, and Indonesia—who claim different parts of the sea through which approximately US $5 trillion in shipping passes every year.
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UK deputes officer to India's Information Fusion Centre

DNA India 22 Jun 2021
New Delhi ... UK is the 5th country to send its officer, after US, Japan, France and Australia ... It has 7 permanent bases in Kenya, Singapore, Brunei, Nepal, Bahrain, Oman, and British Indian Ocean Territory (BIOT), and 7 ships deployed at any one time to provide security in the Western region of the Indo-Pacific. India UK. .
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Malaysia says Chinese military planes came close to violating airspace

Gulf Daily News 01 Jun 2021
China has been pushing an expansive claim over the waterway, through which about $3 trillion worth of ship-born trade passes annually ... Last year, a Chinese survey ship held a month-long standoff with a Malaysian oil exploration vessel within Malaysia's exclusive economic zone in the South China Sea.
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Chinese planes nearly violated airspace, says Malaysia

Straits Times 01 Jun 2021
China has been pushing an expansive claim over the waterway, through which about US$3 trillion (S$4 trillion) worth of ship-borne trade passes annually ... Last year, a Chinese survey ship had a month-long stand-off with a Malaysian oil exploration vessel within the South-east Asian country's exclusive economic zone in the South China Sea.
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Philippines protests China's 'illegal' South China Sea presence

Gulf Daily News 29 May 2021
It demanded its giant neighbour withdraw the vessels ... An international tribunal that year invalidated China's expansive claim in the South China Sea, where about $3 trillion worth of ship-borne trade passes annually. Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam also have competing claims to various islands and features in the area ... .
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Philippines protests China’s ‘illegal’ South China Sea presence

Metro USA 29 May 2021
It demanded its giant neighbour withdraw the vessels ... An international tribunal that year invalidated China’s expansive claim in the South China Sea, where about $3 trillion worth of ship-borne trade passes annually. Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam also have competing claims to various islands and features in the area ... .

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