An Estonian state-owned railway compan yhas introduced the next chapter in the Estonian and Baltic railway sector by constructing the first LNG freight locomotive.
The 2nd newsletter of the Liquid Energy is entirely devoted to the conversion of the Magda 1 boat from diesel to LNG.
Unda canned fish factory abandoned the use of diesel fuels in its production operations and switched to the environmentally friendly liquefied natural gas (LNG). The supply solution was built by LNG sales leader in Baltics, Elenger, with a novel two-step approach.
Financing the installation of LNG filling points have made its way through the DNA plan of the future economy of Lithuania, approved by the Lithuanian Government, with 2.34 million euros of subsidies for the installation of at least 2 LNG refueling points on state main roads.
Gasum expanding the Nordic gas infrastructure, connecting the largest port in the Nordics with a new gas filling station serving heavy transport
The Nordic gas infrastructure expands in Sweden as Gasum opens a new gas filling station in Tuve, Gothenburg. The new station serves heavy-duty vehicles by providing liquefied natural gas (LNG) and liquefied biogas (LBG) as low-emission fuels. Developed in cooperation with Volvo, the station further enables the transition to cleaner energy sources in the road transport sector.
The world’s first LNG-fuelled research vessel ATAIR receives LNG in Gasum’s first truck-to-ship bunkering operation in Germany
On July 27th, the Nordic energy company Gasum has conducted the first truck-to-ship liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering operation in Germany. Gasum delivered LNG to the world’s first LNG-fueled research vessel ATAIR. ATAIR is currently under construction at Fassmer shipyard in Berne/Motzen in Germany.