Newbuild LNG carrier joins Capital Gas’ fleet

The LNG carrier has a cargo capacity of 174,000 cubic meters and is propelled with MAN MEGA engines.

MSC Cruises’ third LNG-powered ship hits construction milestone

Having opted for LNG as a cleaner alternative to conventional marine fuels, MSC Cruises has invested around €3 billion in three LNG-powered cruise ships.

Eesti Gaas to bring extra LNG supplies to Inkoo terminal in Finland

The company this year has tripled its LNG deliveries.

Alexandroupolis LNG terminal wins €106 million European Commission grant

The aid will take the form of a direct grant, and according to Gastrade, the promoter and operator of the offshore terminal, it is aimed at enabling the beneficiary to complete the construction of the terminal as planned by the end of 2023.

KN commences allocation of Klaipeda LNG terminal capacities

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.

Maritime giants unite in methane abatement trial on Angelicoussis Group’s LNG carrier

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.

ORLEN books 100% regasification capacity of Gdańsk FSRU terminal

The FSRU project is designed to perform a regasification process of 6.1 bcm of gaseous fuel per year.

KN increased its revenue and net profit in the first half of 2023

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.

Titan converts newly acquired ships to LNG-bunkering vessels

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).

SEA-LNG: Bio-LNG bunkering is available in almost 70 locations

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.

EU Council adopts FuelEU Maritime clearing the final adoption stage

The main objective of the FuelEU maritime initiative is to increase the demand for and consistent use of renewable and low-carbon fuels and reduce the greenhouse gas emissions from the shipping sector.

Klaipeda LNG terminal capacity allocated for 2024

A total of about 34 TWh of natural gas is expected to be regasified, cargoes to be delivered by 34 conventional LNG carriers.

High level of interest in zero-emission fuels to put Spain on green shipping corridors map

The findings of the new study demonstrate high levels of interest and varying degrees of activity around zero-emission fuels among Spanish ports.

Industry’s first: Maersk ready to convert existing containership to methanol dual-fuel engine next year

The first engine retrofit in the industry is to be conducted in the middle of 2024.

Liquid Energy Conference 2023

The event focuses on using micro- and nano-scale bio-LNG and LNG. Let's meet on June 14-15 in Gdynia!

KN Group achieved a net profit of Eur 6.6 million in the 1st quarter of 2023

The Klaipėda LNG Terminal utilisation rate during January-March, 2023, surpassed the average European LNG terminal utilisation.

Dual-fuel retrofitting cost shouldn’t exceed 25 pct of ship’s newbuild price

The retrofitting cost of an existing ship fitted with a two-stroke engine to a dual-fuel engine should not exceed 25 percent of the ship’s newbuilding cost, according to an assessment from DNV and MAN Energy Solutions.

Elbehafen LNG terminal starts regular commercial operations

The commercial operations will be carried out by the federally owned Deutsche Energy Terminal GmbH (DET).

Kongsberg to work on Terntank’s methanol-ready, wind-assisted tanker trio

The wind-assist technology is expected to reduce emissions by up to 19%, in addition to the 40% reduction achieved on Tärntank’s six previous vessels.

World’s 1st liquid CO2 carrier intended for CCUS launched

This demonstration test ship hull will be equipped with the liquefied CO2 tank system researched and developed by the Engineering Advancement Association of Japan (ENAA).

Floating Ammonia Production Unit Receives Design Approval

Receiving power primarily from a wind farm, the unit would produce hydrogen by electrolysis of seawater and nitrogen through the use of an air separation unit, combining these in an ammonia synthesis unit.

Norled takes delivery of 1st hybrid battery-electric express ferry

The vessel is scheduled to go into service in Sogn in May 2024, together with its sister vessels.

CMA CGM launches €200 mln call for decarbonization projects

The company has been investing heavily in decarbonization activities, including LNG-powered ships. Nevertheless, CMA CGM wants to transition from LNG as a bridging fuel to e-methane.

TotalEnergies starts up Deutsche Ostsee LNG terminal

The project will allow Germany and Europe to further secure gas supply.

First small-scale LNG bunker vessel built in Spain delivered

The 5000 cbm LNG bunker barge is specially designed for supplying LNG to gas carriers and gas-fueled vessels like cruises and ferries.

SHI demonstrates its own boil-off gas recovery system for LNG carriers

A new technology that can reduce fuel consumption and carbon dioxide emissions from LNG carriers.

Germany backs construction of three LNG bunkering ships

The vessels, each with a capacity of 4,500 cbm, would supply LNG and bio-LNG to LNG-powered ships in German and European ports.

Hyundai Heavy Industries Group Develops Own Dual LNG-Hydrogen Engine

The conglomerate will develop a complete hydrogen-powered engine by 2025 through continued R&D of hybrid engines.

Kanfer teams up with CB Fenton to create LNG bunkering hub in Panama

Panama is a strategic location for bunkering being among the most important waterways on earth.

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.