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LNG-bunkering coalition gets three new members

Rate this article By LNG World News The industry coalition SEALNG said three new members, Bureau Veritas, Clean Marine Energy, and Gas Natural Fenosa have joined. SEALNG is aiming to accelerate the widespread adoption of liquefied natural gas as a marine fuel. Peter Keller, SEALNG chairman and executive vice president, Tote said, “We firmly believe…

TMC compressors ordered for Golar’s FLNG Hilli

Rate this article By LNG World News Image courtesy of Golar LNGInternational compressor supplier Tamrotor Marine Compressors (TMC) has been contacted by Golar LNG to supply the compressed air system to the Hilli FLNG vessel. TMC’s scope of work includes manufacturing and delivery of seven 365 kW air compressors to be installed on board the…

Bernhard Schulte, Babcock developing LNG bunkering vessel

Rate this article By LNG World News Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (BSM) and Babcock International Group joined forces to develop an LNG bunkering vessel. The 7,500-cbm vessel, which will be used for the LNG fueling of ships, including ferries, containers, cruise vessels and other shore-based gas consumers in the Baltic Sea, is the first vessel of…

Coalition calls for collaboration on boosting LNG as fuel

Rate this article By LNG World News The industry coalition SEALNG said that it is crucial to understand the opportunities presented by the adoption of LNG as a marine fuel as well as to tackle the associated commercial barriers. With a major transition to stricter emissions levels from marine bunker fuel due in 2020, when…

Marine Emissions: the IMO Says 2020, Where Do You Stand?

Rate this article The October 2016 decision by the International Maritime Organization to implement strict sulphur emissions from 2020 will transform the shipping industry and bunker fuel markets in the longer term, though it signals uncertainty and some big swings in… Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Technology

Norsepower to fit LNG-fueled Viking Grace with rotor sail

Rate this article By LNG World News Illustration of Viking Grace with one rotor sail (Image courtesy of Norsepower)Norsepower signed an agreement with Finnish shipping company Viking Line to install its rotor sail solution onboard the LNG-fuelled cruise ferry Viking Grace. The Viking Grace currently operates between Turku (Finland) and Stockholm (Sweden), and it is…

MOL joins partnership to study LNG-fueled bulker

Rate this article By LNG World News Mitsui O.S.K. Lines teamed up with five companies to study a liquefied natural gas-fueled Capesize bulker. The Japanese company joined forces with BHP Billiton, DNV GL, Rio Tinto, Shanghai Merchant Ship Design and Research Institute (SDARI) and Woodside Energy. The letter of agreement between the six companies was…