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New green corridors hub launched to accelerate shipping decarbonisation

The new hub includes three initial tools, which have been developed for use by both industry and governments.

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Methanol-powered Stena Promise delivered

Three more vessels are scheduled for delivery by the end of 2023.

Meyer Turku hands over LNG-fuelled Carnival Celebration

Carnival Celebration will join sister Mardi Gras as the second Carnival ship in the fleet with LNG propulsion system.

KN to provide operational services to the floating LNG terminal in Germany

The aim is to build the terminal in record time and have it operational and supplying natural gas to the country as early as this winter.

Clarksons: There are 130 ammonia-ready and 6 hydrogen-ready vessels on order

LNG and other alternative fuels make up 4.5% of the fleet when looking at the gross tonnage and 44% of the orderbook.

Port of Amsterdam to house world’s largest bio-LNG plant

The bulk of the LBM volumes produced by the plant will be supplied to the LBM-powered vessels of Titan’s launching customer.

Chevron concludes first shipment of offset-paired LNG cargo

The company’s first full lifecycle emissions offset cargo advances its net-zero ambitions.

Klaipeda LNG terminal has allocated long-term capacity

By allocating capacity for ten years ahead, the Klaipėda LNG terminal as the main source of gas supply to Lithuania ensures that the market will make heavy use not only of the terminal, but also of Lithuania's well-developed gas transmission infrastructure.

Converting boxships to methanol & ammonia is feasible and cost-effective, report says

As the industry moves to decarbonize its fleet, numerous questions remain to be answered on the best pathways for shipowners given the uncertainty in relation to the future fuel landscape.

Early start of construction work for LNG jetty in Stade

From 2026, the port will then serve as a landing point for the Hanseatic Energy Hub.

Stade becomes next German FSRU site

The vessel is expected to be ready for the import of LNG in the port of the future Hanseatic Energy Hub by the end of 2023.

Uniper starts construction of Germany’s first LNG terminal

Up to 7.5 billion m3/y of natural gas are to be handled via this terminal as quickly as possible.

Possibilities of expanding Klaipeda LNG terminal regasification capacity will be assessed

KN is planning two feasibility studies that will jointly assess technical changes to the LNG terminal infrastructure to increase annual regasification volumes.

Wärtsilä supplies technology to Knutsen OAS Shipping

The systems are being installed on eight new LNG carrier vessels .

U.S. and EU scaling up efforts to ensure energy security and curb emissions

In a joint statement oduring the G7 meeting, the EU and U.S. emphasised that in the wake of the further invasion of Ukraine, Russia continues to use natural gas as a “political and economic weapon".

Nordsol: first Dutch bio-LNG plant hits new production milestone

The facility has now achieved a production milestone of one million kilograms, enabling about four million kilometers of “sustainable transport” with heavy-duty trucks

5 customers to use Klaipeda LNG terminal in the last quarter

The capacity was allocated proportionally, giving priority to companies that have used the services of the LNG terminal in the last three years.

In Davos, the President outlined Lithuania’s experience in ensuring energy security and plans for green energy development

Gitanas Nausėda stressed that diversification of energy suppliers and the search for new routes for gas and oil is only a part of the solution to Europe’s energy problems.

MT Group wins more Zeebrugge LNG work from Fluxys

New contract includes mechanical, piping and structural steel work for four additional truck loading bays at the Zeebrugge LNG terminal.

Keppel hands over first LNG-powered dredger to Van Oord

Three LNG hoppers will replace existing vessels and fit in with Van Oord’s aim of making the firm’s fleet more energy efficient and reduce emissions.

UAB Achema Gas Trade and Avenir LNG team up for LNG supply to the Klaipeda LNG reloading station

The start of the cooperation between the two companies marks an important milestone and is furthermore the start of operations for the vessel in Northwest Europe.

Lithuania completely abandons Russian gas imports

Lithuania's gas transmission system has been operating without Russian gas imports since the beginning of April 2022.

Klaipeda LNG terminal capacity fully booked for this gas year

In March-September Klaipėda LNG terminal is expected to receive 20 large-scale LNG cargoes and perform 1 reloading operation.

Wärtsilä to deliver tech for SeaRoad LNG-fueled RoRo

SeaRoad will receive the RoRo vessel in the last quarter of 2023.

First new green ship joins TT-Line

The environmentally friendly vessel will be deployed in TT-Line’s Baltic Sea service.

Wärtsilä to Power Poland’s First LNG-fueled RoPax Vessels

The vessels will operate between Swinoujscie in Poland and the Swedish ports of Ystad and Trelleborg.

Biomethane produced in Europe today is 30% cheaper than natural gas

This renewable gas will likely remain cheaper than natural gas in the short- and long-term.

Estonia’s Alexela in first bio-LNG delivery

The company currently uses the fuel primarily for supplying its own fleet of trucks.

Shell: 1st in Netherlands to offer bio-LNG

As soon as production is sufficient, Shell also wants to offer pure bio-LNG at its LNG stations in the country.