Baltic Sea Region LNG cluster

The Baltic Sea Region LNG Cluster is a network established to connect and promote companies and organizations offering and using LNG services, knowledge and technologies. Together with our members we work to strengthen the development of LNG business opportunities in the Baltic Sea Region and on other international markets.

BSR blue corridor strategy

LNG infrastructure development and mobilization the critical mass of technology, business partnerships, and regulative authorities to implement LNG powered transport networks in BALTIC SEA REGION.



We will provide a model on how LNG infrastructure should be deployed in order to establish LNG powered transport corridors for Maritime; Road; Rail; Port equipment.

BSR lNG competence center

Establishment of Baltic Sea Region LNG Competence Center by gathering BSR based LNG competence, knowledge, training facilities and research infrastructure, providing collaboration and management model to enable joint service supply and project development.

LBG in BSR

Establishing value chain, technological concepts and business models in order to enable coastal communities to produce and supply Shipping and Port energy consumption. With LNG it is clean, with LBG sustainable, both together reliable clean energy source.

LNG bunkering map

LNG bunkering map will visualize bunkering infrastructure, technical capacities, distribution network and possibly bunkering prices. The geographical scope reflects involves all the countries the BSR programme area. It will also cover some adjusted areas in order to showcase linkages to other regions and existing LNG initiatives.

LATEST NEWS

LNG-powered ropax christened in Finland

Built by Rauma Marine Constructions, Aurora Botnia can operate on battery power, LNG or biogas.

Wartsila to supply engines for two Tasmanian LNG-powered ferries

The two new 212 metre long vessels will adopt the latest technology and go on LNG to lessen the environmental impact.

P&O Cruises’ LNG-powered ship Iona sails maiden voyage

By using LNG, vessels such as this can achieve up to a 23 per cent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions in comparison to traditional marine fuels.

DEME welcomes large LNG-powered dredger in its fleet

In Abu Qir, Egypt, the vessel will work alongside many of DEME’s trailing suction hopper dredgers in the largest dredging and land reclamation project ever in the company’s history.

Germany’s Volkswagen continues to boost LNG-powered car carrier fleet

German giant Volkswagen Group has chartered two additional LNG-powered car carriers as it looks to decarbonize its operations.

Destination Gotland leads the way to a greener future with biogas from Gasum

One of Sweden's most well-known passenger shipping companies has decided to increase its biogas fuel blend from one to ten percent in its gas-powered ships.

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