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88-tonne fuel tank delivered for Scotland’s first LNG ferry

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A major logistical engineering operation took place on the Clyde, on 14th July, when an 88-tonne LNG tank was delivered to Ferguson shipyard, marking a significant milestone in the construction of Scotland’s first LNG ferry. The 147m3 tank is the first to be delivered for two dual fuel ferries being built for Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited.

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Steel cutting for Color Line’s plug-in hybrid ferry

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Ulstein announced a steel cutting ceremony of the plug-in hybrid ferry for Color Line, held on Friday 14th July. Color Line was accepted by the municipality of Sandefjord for a new ferry for the Sandefjord-Strömstad connection, because they were able to present the most environmentally friendly solution.

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Bureau Veritas approves Wison’s floating LNG supply barge

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Shangai-based Wison Offshore & Marine announced that its newly-developed floating storage regasification and power generation barge has received Approval in Principle from Bureau Veritas. The FSRP will be of shallow draft barge type moored at a jetty, inter coastal or alongside river bank where the environmental condition is benign.

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Disney Cruise Line to acquire another LNG-fueled vessel

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Bob Chapek, Chairman of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, announced that Disney Cruise Line will add one more ship in its expansion "to take family cruise vacations to a whole new level." Joining the other two new ships that were announced just last year, all three ships will be powered by LNG and are expected to be completed by 2023.

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ABS approves KHI’s new LNG tank concept

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ABS granted Approval in Principle for a new MOSS-type LNG tank design concept developed by Japan’s Kawasaki Heavy Industries. Designated as an IMO Type B independent tank, this concept takes a new approach by applying a non-spherical tank design, to increase the use of space on board an LNG carrier.

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