The test consisted of transporting LNG in a special container from Huelva to Melilla.
One new TT-Line Green Ship is intended to be delivered 2022 and to start operation within TT-Line’s route network. This vessel significantly reduce more than 50% emissions in the Baltic Sea.
Chartered by Blue LNG, a joint venture of Nauticor and Klaipedos Nafta, GoLNG project member.
GoLNG Project organised a ‘LNG Value Chain Training’ on 04th December 2018 at Eugenides Foundation in Athens, Greece.
BioLNG EuroNet announced a commitment to the further expansion of LNG.
A delegation from Samsø travelled for inspiration on liquefaction of biogas in Northern Ireland. GO-LNG supports this planned green revolution at Samsø to deliver Bio-LNG for the ferry.
Giant new offshore installation vessel ‘Orion’ was successfully launched at the COSCO Qidong shipyard in China on November 21.
Cutaways from fisheries and other organic waste will soon be used to power Norwegian cruise company, Hurtigruten’s fleet of green cruise ships.
Over 120 participants gathered on 14-15 November in Warsaw, Poland, to explore the latest trends and discuss the current market state of the LNG industry in Europe and Poland.
DEME’s dredger Scheldt River was refuelled from 7 LNG trucks. It is the first-ever LNG bunker delivery on the island of Rügen in the Baltic Sea.
Go LNG project invites to take part in the LNG Value Chain training on 28th November 2018. The event will take place at the University of Turku.
On October 17th, 2018, LNG bunker supply vessel “Kairos” has started its voyage to the ship’s primary area of operation in Northwest Europe.
AS Tallink Grupp and Rauma Marine Constructions signed a Letter of Intent for the construction of a new LNG shuttle ferry for the Tallinn-Helsinki route.
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The Fluxys and Novatek joint venture Rostock LNG GmbH has signed a Land Lease Agreement with the Port of Rostock.
On 14-15 November, 2018, key stakeholders from the international and European LNG sector will gather in Warsaw, Poland, to tackle the most important questions surrounding the further development of the LNG sector.
The LNG-Taskforce, coordinated by dena, today published its catalogue of recommendations for accelerating the market development of LNG as a fuel in heavy goods transport.
Cryopur and Greenville Energy in Omagh, N. Ireland has invited for a study visit to a potential technology for Biogas liquefaction in full scale operation since January 2018.
The leading Estonian energy company Eesti Gaas has placed an order for an LNG bunker vessel with bunker tank capacity of 6,000 m3.
The ground-breaking ceremony was attended by Finland’s Minister of Finance Mr Petteri Orpo, as well as local officials and executives from Hamina LNG Oy and Wärtsilä.
The HOYER Group is exploring the potential environmental benefits of introducing vehicles with engines that use the alternative fuel LNG into its road operations in the near future.
The LNG company Skangas and Metsä Tissue Corporation have entered into an agreement on the supply of LNG to the Mänttä tissue paper mill for production process use.
Skangas has entered an agreement with Prima Protein for the delivery of LNG to the factory in Egersund. The construction of the new LNG customer terminal is underway.
This significant milestone illustrates Shell’s commitment to LNG in the road transport sector within Europe given the increase in freight traffic on European roads.
The Uniper subsidiary LIQVIS will soon be commissioning a permanent public filling station with liquefied natural gas (LNG) in Freienbrink.
Our Go LNG Value Chain Seminar was held on 11 September 2018 in the heart of Oslo with nearly some 50 participants from Norway, Belgium, Lithuania, Poland and Japan.
Scania premiers its new Scania Interlink Medium Decker coach for liquefied gas (LNG) operations for a range of up to 1,000 kilometres.
Gasum is investing in the construction of around 50 gas filling stations for heavy-duty vehicles in Finland, Sweden and Norway by the beginning of the 2020s
Delegates from the Baltic Sea Region were learning and debating about the economic aspect of LNG Value Chain at Maritime Development Center
Over 150 participants gathered for this year’s Baltic Ports Conference, held on 6-7 September, 2018, in Szczecin.