BW Orion joins BW Gemini and BW Leo, to be the third VLGC to be retrofitted with pioneering LPG propulsion technology.
Wärtsilä’s industry-leading R&D investments in enabling LPG to become a viable marine fuel has resulted in a further order for the company’s LPG Fuel Supply System (LFSS).
Total of 15 LPG carriers now set for ME-LGIP dual-fuel conversions; number of newbuilding LPG carriers ordered with LPG-burning engines set to take off
Sea and gas trials for a Very Large Gas Carrier (VLGC) featuring the technology group Wärtsilä’s pioneering liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) Fuel Supply System are successfully completed.
BW LPG announces the successful start of a week-long sea and gas trials for Very Large Gas Carrier (VLGC) BW Gemini which has been retrofitted with pioneering LPG dual-fuel propulsion technology.
BW LPG, the Isle of Man Ship Registry, Wärtsilä Gas Solutions, MAN Energy Solutions, and DNV GL, the world’s leading classification society, celebrated the first flag acceptance of conversion to LPG as fuel for a VLGC
CEO of BW LPG, Martin Ackermann confirms that their LPG carrier the 1992-built BW Helios arrived at a certified, Hong Kong Convention applicable, recycling facility in India on 21st January 2019.