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London,21 November, 2023, (Oilandgaspress): – Battery operators are supplying back-up power to grids at a price competitive with gas power plants, meaning gas will be used less.In the first half of the year, 68 gas power plant projects were put on hold or cancelled globally, according to data provided exclusively to Reuters by U.S.-based non-profit Global Energy Monitor.

McDermott has been awarded a sizeable* engineering, procurement, removal and disposal contract by Santos. The offshore decommissioning award is for the full removal and disposal of the Campbell platform structure, which is part of the Varanus Island Hub offshore infrastructure in Western Australia.

Under the contract scope, McDermott will provide project management and engineering services for the removal and transportation of the platform topsides, substructure and associated items to an onshore facility, where it will be dismantled and disposed. “Our successful, proven track record of project delivery spans the entire energy value chain,” said Mahesh Swaminathan, McDermott’s Senior Vice President, Subsea and Floating Facilities. “This decommissioning award reflects the commitment we share with Santos to timely, safe, and environmentally responsible removal of infrastructure at the end of its operational life cycle. We look forward to continuing to be part of delivering their sustainability commitments while also contributing to the circular economy for a lower carbon future. Project management and engineering will be executed by McDermott’s team in Perth, Australia, with support from Batam, Indonesia and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The decommissioning of the Campbell platform is the fourth decommissioning project executed by McDermott in Australia in the last two years. Read full article

Hyundai Motor Company announced that its brand value reached $20.4 billion in Interbrand’s ‘Best Global Brands 2023’, ascending in valuation for 13 straight years. This represents the third highest year-over-year valuation increase out of 100 brands. The company’s brand rank rose from 35th to 32nd — the first increase in rank since 2016, based in part on Hyundai Motor’s accelerated electrification and future mobility vision. In 2014, Hyundai Motor’s brand value reached $10 billion, and for the first six years, its valuation rose $4 billion. However, following Euisun Chung’s appointment as Hyundai Motor Group’s Executive Chair, its valuation has increased $6 billion in merely three years. Ever since it’s entry in Interbrand’s ‘Best Global Brands’ in 2005 with a valuation of $3.5 billion, the numbers have multiplied nearly six times. Hyundai Motor’s accelerated success of late can be attributed, in part, to the leadership of the top management team led by Executive Chair Chung. They have played a pivotal role in guiding the company’s strategic direction as a Smart Mobility Solutions Provider in alignment with its vision of ‘Progress for Humanity.’ The driving force behind this transformation is the company’s progressive approach to innovation, technology and product development. Read full article

Hyundai Motor Group (the Group) officially opens the Hyundai Motor Group Innovation Center Singapore (HMGICS) to accelerate the delivery of the Group’s human-centric future mobility vision. The facility introduces a new ‘smart urban mobility hub’ concept, which includes a highly automated flexible production system and provides unprecedented ways for electric vehicle (EV) buyers to interact with their vehicles and the Hyundai brand. HMGICS symbolizes the Group’s determination to progress onwards with its global leadership in the creation of sustainable, innovative mobility solutions and progressive customer experience.

Following the Group’s groundbreaking ceremony at its new Ulsan EV factory, HMGICS will establish itself as one of two Hyundai Motor Group innovation pillars that will lead the company’s future in the electrification era over the next 50 years as part of its challenge to become a 100-year company. Given its worldwide reputation for innovation and diversity, Hyundai Motor Group chose Singapore as the ideal home for its first industry-changing smart urban mobility hub. Delivering a human-centric manufacturing approach, HMGICS elevates collaboration between people, robotics, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology to new levels of synchronization. Further to this, digital twin Meta-Factory technology will ensure ultra-rapid responses to changing customer demands and production requirements. Seamlessly integrated into the Jurong Innovation District urban landscape and the broader Singapore smart city ecosystem, the seven-story, 86,900 m2 HMGICS facility has the capability to manufacture up to 30,000 EVs per annum. Operational since early 2023, HMGICS already produces IONIQ 5 and the fully autonomous IONIQ 5 robotaxi and will add IONIQ 6 to its portfolio of models built on-site next year. The facility will serve as a testbed for developing future mobility solutions — including Purpose Built Vehicles (PBVs) — thanks to its advanced manufacturing capability. Read full article

Mercedes‑Benz has further expanded its leading position as the most valuable luxury automobile brand in the world in the current “Best Global Brands 2023” ranking. After five years in a row at number eight, the star now shines as the seventh most important brand in the world. The renewed increase in brand value by nine percent underlines the company’s consistent transformation into an iconic brand that impresses with its exceptional aesthetics, innovative technologies and integrated sustainability. “The latest increase in our brand value is a first‑class achievement by the entire Mercedes‑Benz team, which makes us all very proud. The result is both a confirmation and an incentive for us: we are continuously building on our brand heritage to shape the future – with the goal of creating the most desirable cars in the world.”
Bettina Fetzer, Vice President Communications & Marketing Mercedes‑Benz AG .With the strategic realignment of the company in 2021, the brand’s core was also refined. From now on, the brand with the star stands for “Desire for Iconic Luxury”. The company thus combines two essential characteristics: Firstly, its strong roots as a luxury automobile manufacturer that has created numerous style-defining icons. And on the other hand, the pioneering spirit with which Mercedes‑Benz, as an innovation leader, drives forward the development of the automobile. Mercedes‑Benz is focusing more than ever on the radiance of the brand, which has a culture-shaping effect, and is carefully developed further while still honouring the brand’s heritage. The goal is to shape the digital age by creating the most desirable vehicles and services in the world. “Best Global Brands”: An indicator of the most valuable brands worldwide since 1999 Read full article

In the tenth episode of the “Future Dimensions” feature podcast, Mercedes-Benz tackles the question why nostalgia and retro design have the power to inspire the next leaps in technology, art and automotive design – as is the case with the brand‘s iconic Vision One-Eleven. Together with an existential psychologist, host Ricardia explores why our human desire to look back shapes how we look forward. During her conversation with a design professor, she learns that our personal biography influences our personal experience of flavour, music or art – far more than expected. And Ricardia is happy to hear that remembering those moments where we were brave in the past can boost our courage to change the world today. Read full article

Isabel Pokorni, Director Environmental and Energy Management at Porsche, talks about current location-specific environmental activities and explains how Porsche can gradually reduce its environmental impact based on the vision of a “Zero Impact Factory”. Read full article

Huge honour for Opel Automobile GmbH: An expert jury from the German Motor Sport Federation (DMSB) has presented the Rüsselsheim-based brand with the 2023 DMSB Sustainability Award. In doing so, the highest German motorsport authority has recognised the pioneering concept of the ADAC Opel Electric Rally Cup “powered by GSe”, which is held with the near-production battery-electric Opel Corsa Rally Electric. Corsa product manager Helen Walter accepted the honorary award worth €10,000 on behalf of the company. “We are delighted by this award and proud of this pioneering project in electric motorsport,” said Opel Vice President Marketing Rebecca Reinermann. “Together with our long-standing partner ADAC, we have been running the world’s only electric one-make rally cup for three years. The near-series concept of the rally car allows us to demonstrate the performance of our models, especially the Opel Corsa Electric, and emphasise that electromobility can not only be sustainable, but also dynamic and simply fun. This is also shown by the commitment of the diverse and international teams. Rally is a customer sport and, like Opel, very approachable. The DMSB Sustainability Award is proof of the consistency of our motorsport programme.” Read full article

Lamborghini design is extraordinary and inimitable, with today’s models born from more than six decades of inspirational and future-proof originality. But as grounded within Lamborghini heritage and its brand DNA is performance, with aerodynamics a central and ongoing innovation within Lamborghini’s design studio and R&D teams. The video “Beyond design, mastering the air” celebrates the mutual relationship between Lamborghini design and aerodynamics, explained by Design Director Mitja Borkert and Ugo Riccio, Coordinator of Aerodynamics, Aero Acoustics and Vehicle Thermal Management. They ponder the relentless inspiration and drive, both personal and embedded within Lamborghini company DNA, that combines art and science to create masterpieces such as the new Lamborghini Revuelto[1].

“My inspiration for car design comes from so many sources,” says Mitja Borkert. “Music, art, other vehicles I like, memories. We always, always look more than one step to the future, and we sketch, we push boundaries, we refine, we deliberate, we set trends: this is what you see in Revuelto. There is a rhythm in Lamborghini design: a pace, a beat, with every component and every note connected to the next to create a total piece, one shape.

“You know at first glance that an aerodynamic character is in Revuelto’s very being. But it is more than just a look: it is intrinsic to the tension of every line, the muscularity and tautness of every surface, but with a sensitivity to softer, more human shapes that embraces airflow. Design must have the perfect partnership with aerodynamics: that is our religion.” Read More

Volkswagen of America, Inc. is pleased to announce the 2024 Atlas has won SUV of the Year at the 2023 Hispanic Motor Press Awards (HMPA). The 14th annual awards program recognizes the best vehicles for Hispanic consumers based on styling, driving satisfaction, technology, safety, environmental impact, mechanical reliability and value. The award was presented today at AutoMobility LA to Volkswagen Group of America President and CEO Pablo Di Si by Hispanic Motor Press Foundation President Ricardo Rodriguez-Long. The 2024 Atlas features an elegant new interior and a refined turbocharged engine that improves both performance and driving experience over the previous model year. Powered solely by a four-cylinder turbocharged and direct-injection TSI® engine with 269 horsepower and 273 lb-ft of torque, the new engine provides similar power to the outgoing VR6®, along with a bump in torque—which is available over a broader rev range, improving drivability and acceleration. An eight-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive are standard; Volkswagen’s 4Motion® all-wheel-drive system is available. Read More

Toyota is strengthening every key aspect of the popular Yaris Cross, building on the qualities that earned the compact SUV the World Urban Car title among many other awards during its first year on sale. This first round of enhancements for the model focuses on the top purchase considerations for customers in the segment, ensuring Yaris Cross maintains its all-round buyer appeal. Since its introduction in 2021, it has quickly established itself as strong and highly competitive challenger in the fast-growing European B-SUV market and is the leader in its segment to date this year. The new Yaris Cross delivers stronger and more rewarding performance from its hybrid electric powertrain; safer and easier driving with the latest Toyota T-Mate safety and driver assistance systems; a fully digital user experience; and styling details that enhance its modern urban styling. Its introduction completes a full revision of Toyota’s small car line-up with new Aygo X and Yaris hatchback; it also forms part of a powerful new Yaris family alongside the hatchback and the pure performance GR Yaris. Read More

Toyota Research Institute (TRI) invited reporters for a deep dive into its new Accelerated Concepts program in active safety. The international media event at Thunderhill Raceway, Willows, CA, marked a first for TRI, offering journalists from the US and Europe an opportunity to ride inside its research vehicles and simulators and experience firsthand how TRI is approaching autonomy. TRI’s Human Interactive Driving (HID) team aims their research not at self-driving robotaxis but rather at active safety, incorporating both high autonomy AND high driver engagement. This approach makes driving both safer and more fun – keeping the driver engaged and working with the car as a truly intelligent partner. TRI also unveiled its Driving Sensei concept, which uses AI to help drivers gain mastery over the skills of driving through a combination of AI-driven instruction and AI-powered driver support. Driving Sensei helps people become better, safer drivers while ensuring they are engaged in the driving task. “Safety is a top priority for Toyota,” said TRI CEO Gill Pratt. “Our human-centered approach is discovering better, safer ways for humans and AI to collaborate. We’re amplifying people by building models that predict drivers’ actions, developing AI that enhances driver performance.” Each research vehicle and simulator demonstrated different technologies developed under the HID team’s research pillars: 1) Human-Focused Learning, 2) Driver/Vehicle Performance and Safety, and 3) Shared Autonomy. Read More

The All-new Renault Master’s show-stopping design adds strong personality, fetching looks and a modern feel to every professional’s daily duties. And it was born to write the next chapter in the Master success story. This van also radiates dependability, durability and safety. Its massive face explains a lot of its tuck-like demeanour. And it includes Renault’s new logo and the extra-large full-LED headlamps in the signature C-shaped array around the stunning grille. A U-shaped inset below the grille can be grainy black or, at the high end of the line-up, the same colour as the body. Customers have a choice of 7 body colours as standard and over 300 special hues.

The proportions were meticulously fine-tuned to strike the right balance for each body type. The rear is narrower to optimise aerodynamics, but the rear opening and load area are remarkably large nevertheless. The rear window is asymmetrical – a typical Master feature – and the rear lights have a distinctive C-shaped pattern like the ones at the front. A lot of work went into perceived quality and toughness. The fact that each side panel is a single part, for example, adds to the solid look – especially in the longer versions – and they are extra stiff so they will not warp. Perceived quality in the cargo area is also higher, all the way down to the chamfering, reinforcements and other details.• The only vehicle in its category made in France: the three energy versions and all the bodies are made on the same production line in Batilly (near Metz, eastern France). Read More

Orrön Energy AB announced the completion and commercial handover of the Karskruv wind farm in Sweden. The wind farm will increase the Company’s annual power generation to 1,100 GWh, and deliver significant revenues from the SE4 price area. In addition, the Company is reducing the 2023 guidance for capital expenditures from MEUR 80 to MEUR 75. Orrön Energy has taken over the ownership and responsibility of the newly constructed wind farm Karskruv, which is situated in the SE4 price area in southern Sweden. Karskruv has an estimated annual power generation of 290 GWh, which is generated from 20 Vestas turbines with a total installed capacity of 86 MW. The completion of the wind farm increases the Company’s estimated annual power generation to 1,100 GWh. The wind farm has been acquired from OX2 AB (“OX2”), who will remain responsible for the technical and commercial management. An availability warranty is in place from Vestas, which guarantees the availability of the turbines throughout their operational life of approximately 30 years and gives the Company protection against downtime and outages. Local community projects and projects aiming at protecting key species have been implemented together with OX2 in areas near the wind farm. This includes a grazing project in collaboration with local stakeholders, projects to safeguard habitats for pollinators and birds, and investments in developing a recreational area accessible to the local community. Read More

Equinor ASA announced on 26 July 2023 an ordinary cash dividend per share of USD 0.30 and an extraordinary cash dividend per share of USD 0.60 for second quarter 2023. The NOK cash dividend per share is based on average USDNOK fixing rate from Norges Bank in the period plus/minus three business days from record date 15 November 2023, in total seven business days. Average Norges Bank fixing rate for this period was 10.9466. Total cash dividend for second quarter 2023 of USD 0.90 per share is consequently NOK 9.8519 per share. On 28 November 2023, the cash dividend will be paid to relevant shareholders on Oslo Børs (Oslo Stock Exchange) and to holders of American Depositary Receipts (“ADRs”) on New York Stock Exchange. Read More

Oil and Gas BlendsUnitsOil Price US$/bblChange
Crude Oil (WTI)USD/bbl$77.63Up
Crude Oil (Brent)USD/bbl$82.13Down
Bonny LightUSD/bbl$82.35Up
Saharan BlendUSD/bbl$83.58Up
Natural GasUSD/MMBtu$2.88Down
OPEC basket 20/11/23USD/bbl$84.44Up
At press time 21 November 2023

Changan Auto and NIO signed a cooperative agreement in Chongqing city on battery swap-related businesses on November 21. This groundbreaking collaboration aims to establish battery swap standards, facilitate the construction and sharing of battery swap networks, engage in joint R&D of battery-swap-enabled vehicle models, and implement an efficient battery asset management system. This marks the initiation of NIO’s collaboration with an automobile company in the battery swap sector. Read full article

NIO Inc. announced that Professor Yonggang Wen has been appointed as a new independent director to the Company’s board of directors (the “Board”), effective November 13, 2023. “We are delighted to welcome Professor Wen to the Board of NIO. With his outstanding academic background, combined with his expertise in cloud computing and computational sustainability, and passion for innovative technologies, Professor Wen brings unique perspectives to the Board,” said William Bin Li, founder, chairman of the Board of Directors and chief executive officer of the Company. “We believe that Professor Wen will be an important asset as we continue to innovate and build our proprietary software and hardware technological capabilities. I’m looking forward to working with him to achieve our mission of shaping a joyful lifestyle for our users.” Professor Yonggang Wen currently serves as a Full Professor and President’s Chair of Computer Science and Engineering at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE, the world’s largest technical professional organization), a Fellow of Singapore Academy of Engineering, and an Association for Computing Machinery Distinguished Member. He also serves as the Director of the Centre for Computational Technologies in Finance, and has been the Associate Vice President at the President’s Office of Nanyang Technological University since April 2023. His career has been marked by pioneering work in applying learning-based techniques to system prototyping and performance optimization for large-scale networked computer systems. He has received numerous awards for his contributions, including the 2020 IEEE Industrial Technical Excellence Award, the 2019 Nanyang Research Award and the 2016 Nanyang Award in Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Professor Wen also has a strong record of leadership in academic and research roles, including serving as the Chair for IEEE ComSoc Multimedia Communication Technical Committee from 2014 to 2016 and the Editor in Chief of IEEE Transactions on Multimedia currently. Professor Wen received his PhD in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2008. Read More

Honda Motor Co., Ltd. announced its decision to subscribe to new shares to be issued by GS Yuasa Corporation (“GS Yuasa”) through a third-party allotment (“this transaction”), as GS Yuasa disclosed today in its announcement titled “Notice Regarding Issuance of New Shares by way of Public Offering and Third-Party Allotment and Secondary Offering of Shares.” Honda considers GS Yuasa, with outstanding technologies and competitiveness, as one of the important partners in its initiatives to steadily accommodate rapidly growing demand for automotive batteries. Particularly in the area of EV batteries, Honda and GS Yuasa International Ltd., a subsidiary of GS Yuasa, have established a joint venture company, Honda・GS Yuasa EV Battery R&D Co., Ltd., which will research and develop lithium-ion batteries and battery production methods that will be highly competitive at a global level. Moreover, the new company will strive to establish a supply chain for key raw materials and a highly-efficient production system for its batteries. This transaction is a part of Honda initiatives to further strengthen its electrification business, including the achievement of goals set for the joint venture company. Read More

Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) advised Ilios Hydrogen Canada Limited (“Ilios”) on the development of its first green hydrogen production projects in Italy. Canada-based Ilios is a private international producer and distributor of green hydrogen, managed in Italy by Salvatore Magazu. It has a pipeline of five modular sites under development in Italy, each designed to produce an initial 20 MW of carbon-neutral supply, with an option to expand the capacity to up to 100 MW per site.

In November 2023, a non-binding agreement was announced between Ilios and Pineapple Power Corporation PLC (“Pineapple”), a special purpose acquisition company listed on the London Stock Exchange. Under the terms of the agreement, Pineapple will acquire 100% of the issued share capital in Ilios. The WFW Italy Energy team that advised Ilios on the corporate, administrative and permitting aspects of the transaction was led by Partner and WFW Italy Head Eugenio Tranchino, working closely with Partners Tiziana Manenti and Luca Sfrecola, and supported by Senior Associates Cristina Betti and Anthony Bellacci. Read More

Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) advised Elektrizitätswerk der Stadt Zürich (“ewz”) on the sale of its 5% minority stake in the Butendiek offshore wind farm to Octopus Energy Generation (“Octopus”) as part of the optimisation of its wind portfolio. The sale remains subject to approval from the German Federal Cartel Office and is expected to close later this year. The Butendiek offshore wind farm is located around 35 kilometres off the north coast of Schleswig-Holstein in the German North Sea. Fully operational since 2015, it comprises 80 wind turbines with a total rated output of 288 MW.

In addition to advising on the sale of the minority stake, WFW also provided comprehensive advice on all legal and tax aspects of the transaction to ewz, including approval of the banks financing Butendiek and support on the implementation of the buyer’s investment control procedures.

ewz is Switzerland’s leading sustainable energy supplier, producing 100% of its electricity from water, wind and sun at its own power plants both domestic and international. Octopus is one of Europe’s largest institutional investors in renewable energy. The multidisciplinary WFW Germany team that advised ewz was led by Hamburg Corporate Partner Dr Marcus M. Bechtel, supported by Corporate Senior Associate Cathleen Haack, Regulatory & Public Law Partner Christine Bader and Senior Associate Eva-Maria Christiansen and Finance Partner Sven Fretthold. Partner Verena Scheibe and Senior Associate Manuel Rustler advised on the tax-related aspects of the transaction.

Marcus commented: “We are very pleased to have been able to help our long-standing client ewz close this complex cross-border transaction successfully”. Read More

Baker Hughes Rig Count: U.S. +2 to 618 Canada -3 to 196

U.S. Rig Count is up 2 from last week to 618 with oil rigs up 6 to 500, gas rigs down 4 to 114 and miscellaneous rigs unchanged at 4.

Canada Rig Count is down 3 from last week to 196, with oil rigs down 2 to 123, and gas rigs down 1 to 73.

International Rig Count is up 22 rigs from last month to 962 with land rigs up 27 to 743, offshore rigs down 5 to 219.

RegionPeriodRig CountChange
U.S.A17 November 2023618+2
Canada17 November 2023196-3
InternationalOctober 2023962+22

Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) advised General Electric – Energy Financial Services (“GE EFS”) on its acquisition of a 50% stake in a circa 364 MWp renewables portfolio comprising five wind farms and three photovoltaic plants in the Spanish regions of Valencia, Castilla La Mancha and Castilla y León from Alfanar Energía España (“Alfanar”). Alfanar retains the other 50% stake in the portfolio and will continue to jointly develop the projects going forward with GE EFS.
GE EFS, part of GE Vernova, is a global energy investor with over 45 years managing assets through multiple energy cycles. It has invested over US$50bn of capital into more than 20 GW of renewable energy projects and over 50 GW of thermal power projects globally, operating across 170 countries.

Alfanar is a global player in energy transition and green fuels with ambitious renewable energy projects across the Middle East, Asia, Africa and Europe. Its focus is on manufacturing electrical construction products, EPC solutions for conventional and renewable power plants, allied engineering services and design engineering. The multidisciplinary WFW Madrid team that advised GE EFS was led by Corporate and M&A Partner and WFW Madrid Head Office María Pilar García Guijarro, working closely with Senior Associate Fernando Santos and Associates Cecilia Osorio and Ángel de Martín. They were supported by Senior Associate Ignacio Soria and Associates Isabel Rodríguez de Codes and Miguel Rubio on the regulatory aspects of the transaction.

María Pilar commented: “We are delighted that GE EFS chose WFW to advise them on this important transaction for the Spanish market, reinforcing our position as one of the leading legal advisors to the renewable energy sector both in Spain and across Europe. It was a real pleasure working with Alfanar and GE EFS’ outstanding teams and we hope to continue to strengthen our relationship and support them in their future investments in Spain and worldwide going forward”. Read More

First Phosphate Corp. applauds comments regarding the lithium iron phosphate (“LFP”) battery supply chain in North America by Nobel Laureate, Stanley Whittingham, at the Benchmark Week 2023 conference held this week in Los Angeles, California.

Benchmark Source reported that, “The US should work with Canada to build a regional supply chain for batteries and has ’everything it needs’ to build cheaper lithium iron phosphate (LFP) cells, Whittingham said. We have lithium in this country, we have iron in this country, we have phosphorus in this country and we clearly have lots of oxygen. So we have everything we need in North America to make LFP. That will involve the US working with Canada on the extraction of raw materials for batteries, he added.” First Phosphate believes that Quebec igneous anorthosite phosphate rock is an untapped source of high purity phosphate which can potentially be mined and transformed into large quantities of purified phosphoric acid (PPA) to service North America’s need for the production of LFP cathode active material to meet electrification targets. Read More

Sinopec has initiated the construction of Hong Kong’s inaugural public hydrogen refueling station. Once completed, the station will serve as Hong Kong’s pioneering integrated energy station, combining replenishment for oil, gas, hydrogen, electricity, and services. With a daily hydrogen production capacity of 1,000 kilograms, it aims to provide hydrogen services for public buses, waste-to-energy vehicles, private cars, and more. Read More


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