Baltic LNG cluster

Cluster will help to gather and establish the critical mass of business to facilitate service, finance, technology and innovation for deploying LNG infrastructure, applying LNG as a fuel utilizing the Regions environmental challenges in to the business opportunities. Efficient and sustainable business network.

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

World’s first LNG icebreaker Polaris heads to icebreaking duty today

Arctia’s newest icebreaker Polaris heads to icebreaking duty on January 9th 2017, at 4 PM. Icebreaker Otso has been in icebreaking duty already since December 8th 2016 and icebreaker Kontio since December 16th 2016.

ISO Published Standards for CNG and LNG Fuelling Stations

In December 2016, ISO has published two international standards that will play an important role in the deployment of the alternative fuels infrastructure. The publication of ISO 16923 and ISO 16924 enables parties to apply broadly supported requirements for the design, construction, operation, maintenance and inspection of CNG and LNG fuelling stations, respectively.

Megastar of Tallink receives first LNG bunkering at Skangas Pori LNG terminal

To be completed at the Meyer Turku shipyard in late January, Tallink’s new liquefied natural gas (LNG) powered fast ferry M/S Megastar was bunkered with LNG for the first time at the newly opened Skangas Pori LNG terminal on January 4. Her maiden voyage will take place from Tallinn to Helsinki in late January.

Great ships of 2016: Polaris

Every year Maritime Reporter & Engineering News has selected the ships, which impressed the journalists by its construction or have been a breakthrough for the global shipping. This year among 18 selected ships was Polaris - the first powered icebreaker fuel LNG.

First LNG research ship in Germany

December 2016, Fassmer has been commissioned to build a new survey and research vessel for the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency of Germany (BSH).

Skangas make first small scale LNG reload at Klaipeda in Lithuania

December, 2016 Skangas signed an agreement with Statoil, the Norwegian oil and gas company, for a small-scale LNG reload to take place at the Klaipeda LNG Terminal in Lithuania. The reload will take place early January 2017. This will be the first reload conducted at the terminal and it is the first time Skangas source LNG from Statoil.

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