Over 30 participants gathered in Trelleborg, to take part on 6th September in the annual Baltic Ports Conference.
MAN Cryo has signed a contract with Swedegas to deliver an LNG bunkering facility within the Port of Gothenburg.
New LNG-powered cruise ship starts to take shape. This is Carnival Corporation's first vessel in a new series of extremely environmentally friendly ships with reduced emissions.
The Federal Ministry for Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) is promoting the upgrading and conversion of seagoing vessels to LNG as a marine fuel.
Wärtsilä has successfully reached an important milestone in the EPC contract of the Tornio Manga LNG terminal.
Flogas Britain has partnered with Associated British Ports (ABP) to bunker a ship with liquefied natural gas (LNG) for the first time ever in the UK.
Skangas and ESL Shipping have entered into an agreement for providing gas fuel to ESL’s LNG-powered bulk carrier newbuildings.
The first batch of American liquefied natural gas arrived at the port of Klaipeda, the Lithuanian Ministry of Energy announced.
Go LNG project project is pleased to welcome you to Trelleborg for another Go LNG seminar, which will take place at Baltic Ports Conference 2017 in Trelleborg, Sweden!
The launching of Rederi AB Gotland's new LNG ferry in China on Monday the 24th of July. This is the 2nd LNG ferry - MV THJELVAR
The technology group Wärtsilä is to supply the engines for a new LNG fuelled research vessel being built for the German government.
Klaipėdos Nafta has completed an international procurement procedure for the supply of LNG by concluding a contract with Shell.
NextGen Link -project has received financial support from the European Union via the CEF Transport programme.
Belgian company DEME and Finish corporation, Wärsilä joined forces to build, at 40 MW, the world’s most powerful LNG-fuelled dredger - Orion. The construction will be powered by Wärtsilä.
Gasunie, Oiltanking, and Vopak have acquired the approval to establish a joint venture for owning and operating a LNG terminal in Northern Germany.
With the global fuel sulphur limit of 0.5% entering into force in 2020, the interest towards LNG as a marine fuel is increasing.
Evergas’ latest addition to its fleet, the 8th LNG carrier in a series of eight was successfully named at Enterprise terminal in Houston.
PAX, the second dual fuel tug ever built in Europe, has been delivered today to its owner, the Norwegian company Østensjø Rederi A/S.
Deltamarin has signed contracts with XSI for engineering and construction support services for new Viking Line LNG-fuelled ro-pax vessel.
Field to ferry concept liquefaction solutions presented at Samsø Workshop in June as inspiration for coastal communities.
The market areas established by GETBaltic in Latvia and Estonia began their operations. The company was the first gas purchaser in Estonia.
This is the first LNG facility in Gothenburg, the largest port in Scandinavia. It is expected to be fully operational in 2018.
PitPoint.LNG will build Germany’s first liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering station in the harbor of Cologne.
The technology group Wärtsilä has been contracted to supply the engines, propellers, and fuel supply systems for four new tanker vessels.
Lithuanian company Lietuvos Dujų Tiekimas, owned by Lietuvos Energija, has signed a contract with the US Cheniere Marketing International for LNG cargo.
The Port of Helsinki has published instructions for the safe LNG bunkering of ships.
Dreifa Energy signed a deal to buy the platform supply vessel Blue Betria from Blue Star Line in order to switch the vessel into an LNG FRU.
Almost exactly a year after the Brexit vote, Brittany Ferries has confirmed the order for a new LNG cruise ferry with a budget of around £175m. It will operate on the route from Portsmouth to Caen.
Haminan Energia and the Estonian Alexela Group through their joint venture Hamina LNG will build an LNG terminal at Hamina port.
Project Go LNG won second prize in the „Innovation and Technology“ category awarded by the Baltic Sea Clean Maritime Award.