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Meet the visionary companies and organisations that are on their journey to create a healthier planet for our children and leading the way towards a sustainable future together.

  •  A modern LNG terminal to aid customer’s delivery operations.
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    A modern LNG terminal to aid gas delivery operations

    ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS:
    Skangas, a subsidiary of Finland’s Gasum and Norway’s Lyse, produces and sells liquefied natural gas (LNG) as fuel for transport and industrial processes in the Nordic market. Transport terminals are important to the Skangas business, because their customers are usually outside the national gas pipe grid.

  • Gas filling station design and execution country-wide.
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    Gas filling station design and execution country-wide

    ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS:
    Gasum is expanding its gas filling capacity all the while to answer to the increasing demand and create a Nordic gas ecosystem to reach the policy target for carbon-free transport by 2045.

  • The intention is to connect  Finnish and Estonian gas grids with a gas pipeline, enabling integration with the EU common energy market.
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    Joining Finland and Estonia with gas

    ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS:
    Baltic Connector Ltd, owned and run by the Finnish government, manages the Finnish part of the Baltic connector pipeline project. The intention is to connect Finnish and Estonian gas grids with a gas pipeline, enabling integration with the EU common energy market.

  • Groundbreaking cooperation to transform Japanese aviation industry
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    Groundbreaking cooperation to transform Japanese aviation industry

    All Nippon Airways (ANA) is the largest airline in Japan and with almost 80 international routes, it is also one of the most important airlines in Asia. The airline has a steadfast attitude towards sustainability, with great importance placed on environmental issues and fighting climate change.

  • Jetflite ‒ a pioneer in sustainable charter aviation
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    Jetflite ‒ a pioneer in sustainable charter aviation

    Jetflite is a Finnish company that provides exclusive private jet charter services, air ambulance, aircraft management and maintenance services. In 50 years, Jetflite has emerged as one of the largest and most reliable charter operators in Northern Europe.

  • Waste-as-a-resource: Dallas Fort Worth Airport uses cooking oil to close the loop
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    Waste-as-a-resource: Dallas Fort Worth Airport uses cooking oil to close the loop

    As a leader in sustainability, DFW Airport has made big strides to lower its environmental impact. The airport’s goal was to reduce passenger CO2 emissions by 15 percent by 2020. The goal was achieved two years ahead of schedule, and now, DFW Airport has a new bold goal: to reduce carbon emissions to net zero by 2030.

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