GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

5 Apr 2017
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GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

5 Apr 2017
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Fuels

Singapore launches first standard for LNG bunkering

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The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore, SPRING Singapore and the Standards Development Organisation @ Singapore Chemical Industry Council launched the first Singapore Technical Reference 56 for LNG Bunkering, which offers sustainable technical framework for conducting LNG bunkering operations.

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H-Energy, ENGIE sign FSRU agreement for LNG project

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Indian company, H-Energy, announced that signed an agreement with French electricity company, Engie, for chartering its FSRU GDF SUEZ Cape Ann. The Floating Storage Re-gasification Unit has been chartered by H-Energy for a period of 5 years and will arrive at the LNG jetty, at Jaigarh port, by Q3 2018.

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EU’s first LNG bunkering from regasification plant conducted

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Repsol and Enagás have for the first time in Europe supplied a ship with LNG fuel directly from a regasification plant. The operation lasted five hours at the Enagás regasification plant, in Cartagena. This type of supply is known as pipe-to-ship bunkering, and was carried out using flexible cryogenic transfer hoses, connecting the ship directly to the terminal.

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Port of Koper explores possibilities to LNG-fuelling

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The Port of Koper, Slovenia, presented studies in the framework of the European project GAINN4MOS, as it explores possibilities to refuel vessels with Liguified Natural Gas. In the presence of a professional audience, new knowledge was acquired in relation to technical possibilities to refuel vessels with LNG at the Port of Koper.

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Sovcomflot backs LNG as a fuel for large-capacity vessels

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Sovcomflot CEO, Sergey Frank, focused on use of LNG as a promising fuel for large-capacity vessels, which will significantly increase their environmental compatibility and efficiency. It was highlighted that the use of LNG as a fuel for tankers meets the expectations of both ship owners and charterers seeking to improve cargo transportation’s environmental footprint .

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