The energy transformation currently taking place in the EU encourages more and more companies to look for stable and long-term natural gas supply solutions.
Under the project, Daphne Technology’s SlipPure™ solution, an after-treatment system that cuts methane emissions on LNG-fuelled engines, also known as the methane slip, will be retrofitted onto Wärtsilä 34DF auxiliary engines on board Maran Gas Chios.
The FSRU project is designed to perform a regasification process of 6.1 bcm of gaseous fuel per year.
The growing demand for liquid energy terminal services, high volumes of LNG terminal operations, and a breakthrough in international LNG projects have led to a robust financial performance for KN in the first half of 2023.
Upon retrofitting, the ships are now able to transport and bunker LNG, liquefied biomethane (LBM) and, in the long term, hydrogen-derived e-methane (e-LNG).
The use of bio-LNG as a marine fuel can reduce GHG emissions by up to 80% compared to marine diesel on a full well-to-wake basis.