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The small startup will use LNG for the main engine on its micro satellite launcher named Zero, currently under development.
The X92DF engine, developed by WinGD, is the most powerful two-stroke dual fuel engine ever built.
The FSRU constitutes the heart of the future terminal and will make it possible to offload, store and regasify LNG for the German market.
The terminal would be the first such facility in Poland, which could help increase the use of LNG as a fuel in both maritime and road transport.
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The concept named SAFE Bunker is an LNG bunker/feeder vessel with a capacity of 7,500 cubic meters in 2C type tanks.
Located in the Avanti business and industrial area of Lieto, the station will provide liquefied natural gas (LNG) and liquefied biogas (LBG) for the needs of long-haul transport.
The acquisition is an integral part of Gasum’s strategy execution to accelerate growth for cleaner transport solutions across the Nordics.
The two companies aim to further develop the marine LNG bunkering market by delivering via both bunker vessels and trucks.
Prime location in the center of Germany makes the site a hotspot for long-haul heavy trucks, as previously demonstrated by the high demand for the mobile station.
hart’s Distribution and Storage Eastern Hemisphere booked 14 LNG fueling stations, which is the same level as the first quarter of 2019.
With the growing global demand for data centres, Keppel Data Centres’ FDCP concept is an environmentally-friendly and resource-efficient way to meet the expanding needs of the digital economy.
Using LNG has awakened ESL Shipping’s customers’ interest and lowered their fuel costs.
Buyers and sellers of LNG are able to register for free and send out their enquiries or offers.
The station will also offer bio-LNG in the second phase of development.
The vessels are claimed to be the largest and the first liquefied natural gas-powered overseas car freighters.
Using a special process, the easily transportable and CO2-neutral liquid methane is produced from biogas. In combination with a drive system developed by CM Fluids, it is possible to operate buses in public transport economically and without CO2 emissions.
Grupa LOTOS, LOTOS Paliwa and Remontowa LNG Systems signed an agreement to build a pilot LNG docking station. Its commercial operation is slated to start in mid 2021.
Shipping currently represents around 3% of total global emissions. That contribution could change significantly as other sectors switch to renewables if the shipping fuel mix remains unchanged.
The capacities of the station, which will allow more efficient entry into the small-scale regional LNG market, is reserved for a strategic partner for five years.
The terminal will also feature a bunkering solution enabling vessels to bunker LNG and other methane-based fuels in the port of Oxelösund directly from the terminal.
The vessel was ordered by the German Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency (BSH).
With operations scheduled to start in the second half of 2020, the project includes infrastructure for the supply of natural gas and LNG to generate electricity, in addition to meeting the demands of industries, commerce, LNG stations and households.
Grain LNG is the only terminal in the UK able to process the full range of global LNG, due to extensive nitrogen facilities.
Island Crusader and Island Contender have secured 600-day and 400-day deals while Island Commander has secured a three-year contract.
On March 8, a liquefied natural gas (LNG) powered vessel was successfully bunkered for the first time in the port of Klaipėda. During this operation, the fuel tank of the cement carrier MV Greenland was filled with gas at the Malkos Bay Terminal.
The Nordic gas filling station network is expanding to Kalmar as Gasum opens a gas filling station for heavy-duty vehicles (HDVs). This is Gasum’s 10[th] gas filling station in Sweden and an important part of Gasum’s plan to build a network of 50 gas filling stations for HDV’s by the early 2020s in the Nordics.
Once operational, each newbuilding will offer 5,800 lane metres of carrying capacity for WALLENIUS SOL's network linking the Gulf of Bothnia, the UK, and North Sea continental Europe.
The Echo network currently comprises around 1000 filling stations operating under the brand name Esso. Liqvis is expected to have six sites where trucks can refuel with LNG by the end of 2020.