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Tag: LNG bunkering

SHI wins order for two LNG carriers

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Samsung Heavy Industries has signed a contract to build two small-scale LNGCs at a total of about 100 million USD. The LNG carriers are built for KOGAS to transport LNG from Tongyeong, Gyeongsangnam-do, to Jeju Island. With this contract, the company opts for entering into the promising small-scale LNGCs and LNG-bunkering markets

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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 bunkering is a safe operation

Vincent Lagarrigue, Trelleborg, suggests technology for ensuring the safe operation of LNG bunkering and highlights how important is to use LNG as a marine fuel in a easy, reliable and above all safe way. Mr. Lagarrigue also recommends further implementation of LNG bunkering operations offshore for efficient time management and less congestion at ports.

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The ENGIE Zeebrugge bunkering vessel

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ENGIE, Mitsubishi Corporation and NYK are developing ship to ship LNG bunkering in partnership. The 5,000 cm LNG capacity bunkering vessel, "ENGIE ZEEBRUGGE", is designed to deliver LNG as a marine fuel to a wide range of operators in the port of Zeebrugge and its vicinity.

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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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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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