France's TotalEnergies and Technip to explore low-carbon LNG

TotalEnergies and Technip, two French energy companies, will collaborate on the development of production facilities that can produce and supply LNG with low CO2 emissions.

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Two French energy companies, TotalEnergies and Technip, join forces to develop production and offshore facilities for LNG with low CO2 emissions, the companies write in an announcement.

With the collaboration, the two companies aim to explore concepts and technologies that can advance the use of LNG as an alternative fuel in the green transition.

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