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Tag: LNG as a fuel

New facility for small-scale LNG market

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The proposed LNG facility in Jacksonville, FL will serve both domestic and international markets. Eagle LNG will receive and liquefy natural gas, temporarily store the produced LNG, and periodically load LNG onto ocean-going vessels for export to countries currently using heavy fuel oil or diesel for power generation, as well as for use in domestic marine fueling.

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UECC opts for eco-friendly LNG propulsion

Norwegian company UECC unveiled its newly built vessel “Auto Energy” which is the world's largest car carrier with main engine running on LNG. The 181-metre long and 30-metre wide car carrier, is a dual-fuel vessel featuring modern technologies that ensure energy and fuel savings.

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Port of Montreal introduces LNG supply solution

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Under its eco-friendly strategy, the Port of Montreal, in cooperation with Gaz Métro, announced that will make now available an LNG supply solution for marine fuel. Groupe Desgagnés, Gaz Métro and the Port of Montreal joined efforts in developing an LNG supply system that will be operated by a Gaz Métro subsidiary.

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LNG is the best fuel option for payback in the long term

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In an exclusive interview with GREEN4SEA, Antonis Trakakis, Arista Shipping outlines the benefits of using LNG as marine fuel and notes that with the implementation of the Global Sulphur Cap, the economics will be the catalyst in operator’s decision for the best fuel option. Considering that LNG itself comes at very low cost, it is the delivery cost that makes it comparable to fuel. Should the availability of LNG been widespread as for liquid fuel, then LNG would be the obvious selection.

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First LNG test bed for gas-fueled engines unveiled

Caterpillar Marine presented its new LNG test bed for gas-fueled engines at its facility in Kiel. The company says that this LNG preparation unit is ‘the first of its kind’ and comprises of an LNG tank and a gas preparation unit, both in 40 ft container size both developed and provided by Marine Service GmbH, Hamburg.

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The case of LNG as a marine fuel

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Steve Esau, General Manager for the multi-sector industry coalition SEA\LNG explains that the coalition was created with the aim to accelerate the widespread adoption of LNG as a marine fuel. The coalition looks to highlight the viability and demand for LNG across the maritime value chain, thereby creating the necessary confidence between each link. SEA\LNG focuses on addressing the commercial barriers to LNG, particularly in the deep-sea shipping segment.

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