A new 5800 m3 LNG bunker and feeder vessel, being built for Sirius Veder Gas AB at Royal Bodewes, Hoogezand, in the Netherlands, will be powered by a Wärtsilä propulsion solution. The contract with Wärtsilä was placed in September.
Until now, there has been no international standard describing the methods for fiscal measurements and suitability for liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a marine fuel, despite the growing international market for small scale LNG bunkering.
Leading classification society Bureau Veritas has published requirements for LNG Bunkering tankers. The requirements, set out in Rule Note NR 620 LNG Bunkering Ship, cover special arrangements for ships carrying LNG which will transfer that LNG to ships using LNG as fuel.
Jensen Maritime announced the development of two new, liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunker barge concepts that can be fully customized to meet a customer’s unique needs.
A growing number of ships worldwide run on liquefied natural gas, LNG. Now they can bunker this cleaner fuel alternative at the Port of Gothenburg.
Leading international classification society Bureau Veritas has published a comprehensive set of guidelines on LNG Bunkering, with the aim of speeding adoption of LNG as a ship’s fuel by kick-starting the LNG bunker chain.
HHIC won the bid the build an LNG bunkering vessel for the first time in the world. The company announced that it signed a contract for the construction of an LNG bunkering vessel (5,100㎥) with NYK in Japan.
NYK has signed a contract with Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction Co. Ltd. in Korea to build the world’s first LNG bunkering vessel built for the purpose of providing LNG to LNG-fueled vessels. In a joint initiative to develop a global market for the LNG bunkering business, NYK concluded a framework agreement with GDF SUEZ S.A and Mitsubishi Corporation on May 13, 2014.