By Mirza Duran Eagle LNG and Crowley recently marked the 100th bunkering event of liquefied natural gas to the latter’s ConRo ships from the Talleyrand facility located at the Port of Jacksonville.
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The two Crowley’s LNG-powered ConRo ships Taino and El Coqui are working on the Jacksonville, Florida to Puerto Rico route.
Thw first vessels started working on the route in 2018 followed by the second in January last year.
The ships, built specifically for the Puerto Rico trade, are 219.5 meters long with 26,500 deadweight tons.
Eagle LNG, owned by private US investment firm the Energy & Minerals Group, said Monday it managed to
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