Green synthetic LNG bunkering first in Germany

The containership ElbBLUE bunkered green SNG (Synthetic Natural Gas) at the Elbe port in Brunsbüttel, Germany on 29 September 2021.

On 29 September, a 1,036 teu containership, ElbBLUE, bunkered 20 tons of green SNG (Synthetic Natural Gas) at Elbe port in Brunsbüttel, Germany. The bunkering represented the first time that synthetic fuel – generated from 100% renewable energy via power-to-X technology – has been employed in commercial shipping.

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