Two More Dual-fuel LNG Carrier-Bunker Vessels by Keppel for Stolt-Nielsen

| Singapore | Source: Keppel Offshore & Marine

Stott-Nielsen LNG carrier - Bunker VesselKeppel Offshore & Marine (Keppel O&M) through its wholly-owned subsidiary Keppel Singmarine, signed two additional contracts with Stolt-Nielsen Gas B.V. (Stolt-Nielsen Gas), a subsidiary of Stolt-Nielsen Limited, according to their October press release. The vessels will be LNG-powered and capable of LNG bunkering. Read more »

Eleven-Tanker LNG Bunker Delivered at Port of Cartagena

| Spain: Cartagena | Source: Repsol S.A.

Repsol Bunkers Paul Desgagnes at Port of Cartagena Dec 2018Repsol, the global energy company headquartered in Madrid, Spain has carried out the largest supply of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to a ship for use as fuel. In an operation developed in the port of Cartagena, with the collaboration of the Port Authority and Enagás, eleven LNG tankers have been supplied to the Canadian ship Paul A. Desganés. Read more »

Drive Systems to Deploy first Northwest European Hwy LNG Fuel Station

| The Netherlands: Breda | Source: LIQAL

Taxaco Station by Drive Systems with LIQAL systemsThe Dutch company LIQAL has been awarded a contract for turnkey realization of a refuelling station for LNG and LCNG, to be located at the Texaco service station adjacent the E40 highway in Heverlee, Belgium. The station will be deployed by Drive Systems in cooperation with EG Group (Texaco). Read more »

Elio Ro-Ro Pax Dual Fuel Ferry Ready for Mediterranean Operations

| Italy: Messina | Source: Caronte & Tourist; GAINN4MOS; Sefine Shipyard

Elio dual-fuel for Caronte and TouristThe Caronte & Tourist Group (C&T) has taken delivery of Elio, its double-ended dual-fuel Ro-Ro Pax ferry. Although touted as the first ferry to sail the Mediterranean using Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), a marine fuel with a very low environmental impact, LNG bunker infrastructure is yet to become available. Read more »

CoreLNGas Reports on LNG Locomotive at Port of Tarragona

| Spain: Tarragona | Source: Port of Tarragona

Adif 310 locomotiveThe Port of Tarragona, as a member of the CORE LNGas hive project, has developed the LNG-fuelled port Locomotive project that paves the way for the introduction of LNG as a more sustainable alternative to current diesel technology. CORE LNGas hive aims at supporting the deployment of LNG infrastructure for Spain’s maritime transport and port operations. Read more »

Swell in Small-scale LNG Demand to 2030

| United Kingdom: London | Source: LNG World Shipping

Demand for LNG for marine bunkering is expected to grow with the small-scale LNG (ssLNG) sector a key beneficiary, said Wood Mackenzie director of upstream supply chain Dr Wei Liu. Presenting an overview of where the market will be in 2025 and 2030 at the LNG Ship/Shore Interface Conference in London last week, Dr Liu outlined the main end-uses of small-scale LNG production as being fuelling LNG-powered trucks, bunkering and power generation. Read more »

Jiangsu’s First Service Area LNG Refueling Station Opens

| China: Jiangsu | Source: Jiangsu Provincial Office of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission
Jiangyin Yangtze River Bridge

Jiangyin Yangtze River Bridge

On November 26th, the LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) refueling station of the Jiangyin Bridge Service Area officially opened, becoming the first service area in Jiangsu Province to open a LNG refueling station. The Jiangyin Yangtze River Bridge is a suspension bridge over the Yangtze River.  Read more »

Maritime Green Energy Wave Rises at Port of Gothenburg

| Sweden: Gothenburg | Source: Swedegas

Swedegas bunkers LNG to Terntank vessel GothenburgGothenburg-based shipping company Terntank has become the very first operator to take on liquefied gas at a new bunkering facility at the Port of Gothenburg. Not only liquefied natural gas, LNG, but also renewable liquefied biogas (LBG). Read more »

Baleària Progresses LNG Ferries for Mediterranean

| Spain: Dénia | Source: Baleària

Balearia's Marie CurieSpanish shipping company Baleària, a world pioneer in the use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as fuel, has just floated the ferry Marie Curie in the Italian shipyards of Cantiere Navale Visentini. The vessel’s twin, the Hypatia de Alejandría, is about to complete its construction and perform the corresponding sea tests. Read more »