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Tag: LNG as a fuel

Canada supports LNG use in marine transport

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The Government of British Columbia, Canada, announced that is taking action, under the Climate Leadership Plan, to support investments by natural gas utilities, that will increase the use of LNG and renewable natural gas in the marine transportation and other sectors and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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Bear Head LNG’s review completed in Canada

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Australia-based LNG Limited informed that Transport Canada’s TERMPOL Review Committee has completed the review of Bear Head LNG’s TERMPOL report. The TERMPOL process is a technical review of marine terminal systems and transshipment sites that identifies navigational and marine transportation-related recommendations to support a safe shipping environment.

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Qatargas, PGNiG set new LNG agreement

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Qatargas, LNG Company, today announced the signing of a side agreement to the existing Sale and Purchase Agreement with Polish Oil and Gas Company. Under the terms of the agreement, Qatargas will increase the volume of liquefied natural gas currently supplied to PGNiG to two million tonnes per annum.

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New dual-fuel design concept gains approval by ABS

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ABS is working alongside industry to enable the critical advancement of technically innovative designs. Therefore the Classification Society, has granted Approval in Principle for the Seatransporter-DF, a dual-fuel design concept developed by Algoship Designers Ltd which has the capability to accommodate multiple engine types as well as Type-C or membrane containment systems for LNG fuel.

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Fenosa, Baleària launch Spain’s first natural-gas ship engine

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Gas natural Fenosa and Baleària officially launched Spain’s first natural gas engine for passenger boats, in the Port of Barcelona. Both companies have fostered the development and installation of the auxiliary engine and a 30 m3 tank of LNG on the ferry Abel Matutes, which consumes natural gas in its manoeuvres and for its electricity production while it is docked, instead of its usual fuel.

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MUA, INPEX to enforce energy security in Australia

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The Maritime Union of Australia signed new work arrangements with Japanese energy INPEX on the Ichthys LNG project, which aims at enhancing the skills of Australian maritime workers in the offshore oil and gas sector. Project is expected to produce 8.9 million tonnes of LNG and 1.6 million tonnes of LPG each year, along with more than 100,000 barrels of condensate per day at peak.

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