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    Seapeak orders five LNG carriers


    Seapeak LLC has entered into shipbuilding contracts for the construction of five, 174,000-cubic meter M-type, electronically controlled, dual-fuel LNG carrier newbuildings.

  • TGE Marine Gas Engineering has signed contracts to supply LNG fuel gas supply systems for nine Vinga-class dual-fuel tankers.

    TGE to supply LNG systems for Vinga Series


    TGE Marine Gas Engineering has been awarded a contract to supply LNG fuel gas systems for nine vessels in the Vinga Series of the Swedish ship owner Furetank Rederi and partners. The 17,999 dwt vessels will be built by China Merchants JinLing Shipyard in Yangzhou and are scheduled for delivery ...

  • A rendering of a 50m3/h fuel processor unit supplied by Helbio, the gas reformation technology developer.

    Maran Dry Management in bulker JDP with RINA and SDARI


    Maran Dry Management Inc., the dry bulk shipping subsidiary of the Angelicoussis Group, is participating with RINA and the Shanghai Merchant Ship Design & Research Institute (SDARI) in a Joint Development project to develop a bulk carrier design featuring an innovative fuel solution of LNG and hydrogen produced on demand ...

  • Bunkering Ponant's Le Commandant Charcot in Le Havre France in 2021.

    Gasum to strengthen global LNG bunker supply network


    Gasum, Pavilion Energy and CNOOC Gas and Power Group have signed an agreement for strategic collaboration to strengthen the LNG bunker supply network in Singapore, North-West Europe (including Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Antwerp) and China coastal areas.

  • GTT has received Approvals in Principle (AiP) for its three-tank LNG tanker design from DNV and Bureau Veritas (BV).

    GTT unveils three-tank LNG carrier


    GTT has received Approvals in Principle (AiP) for its three-tank LNG tanker design from DNV and Bureau Veritas (BV). 

  • Stylish state-of-the-art: the newly-delivered MSC World Europa.

    MSC Cruiseship Showcases LNG Uptake


    Bastion of French commercial shipbuilding, Chantiers de l’Atlantique, has handed over the largest cruise ship to date powered by LNG-fuelled engines. The 215,863gt MSC World Europa also features an LNG-fed fuel cell that will serve as a technology demonstrator.

  • The Aloha duo Daniel K.Inouye (pictured) and Kaimana Hila are powered by MAN ME-GI dual-fuel main movers.

    Matson orders three LNG-fuelled containerships


    Matson, Inc. has announced that its subsidiary, Matson Navigation Company, Inc., a leading US carrier in the Pacific, has signed contracts with Philly Shipyard Inc. to build three new 3,600 TEU Aloha Class containerships for an aggregate price of approximately US$1 billion. 

  • Peter Quaade, Head of Dual Fuel Technology group at MAN Energy Solutions (credit: MAN ES)

    Individual ME-GI orders surpass 500


    MAN Energy Solutions has announced that its portfolio of two-stroke, dual-fuel engines has passed more than 1,000 units on order or in service, with more than 500 ME-GI engine orders. 

  • Oshima Shipbuilding has received an order for two more 95,000dwt dual-fuel coal carriers from NYK Line.

    NYK to order two LNG-fuelled large coal carriers


    NYK has announced that it will order two LNG-fuelled 95,000dwt coal carriers from Oshima Shipbuilding.

  • DSME and POSCO believe that the use of high-manganese steel for a rectangular LNG fuel tank offers price, strength and assembly advantages over traditional materials.

    DSME installs new hi-Mn LNG tank on container ship


    Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) has installed a high manganese steel LNG fuel tank on a dual fuel-propelled container ship for the first time.

  • Daphne Technology's Chief Product Officer, Thomas F. Werner, says the company is planning a land-based test of a catalyst-free, electrical system this year on a 700kW gas engine at a test facility in Germany.

    Methane slip reduction technologies ready for 2023 testing


    In a webinar following the release of the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping (MMMCZCS) paper, Reducing methane emissions onboard vessels, manufacturers have highlighted some key events taking place next year.

  • UECC has taken delivery of its third dual-fuel hybrid PCTC.

    Third LNG-fuelled PCTC delivered


    UECC has taken delivery of its third and final newbuild LNG battery hybrid pure car and truck carrier (PCTC).

  • There are 224 X72DF engines in service and more than 130 engines on order, Volkmar Galke, Director, Global Sales, WinGD noted.

    WinGD books engine orders for 25 LNGC newbuildings


    WinGD has received 25 orders for its dual-fuel X72DF-2.1 engine featuring its new on-engine iCER , the company announced. The orders for 50 engines have been placed by multiple shipyards and shipowners in connection with QatarEnergy’s North Field East (NFE) project, the biggest LNG carrier newbuilding project in history. 

  • Euronav has confirmed that it has ordered two further Suezmax vessels from Daehan Shipbuilding, with delivery expected in the third quarter of 2024.

    Euronav orders LNG, ammonia, methanol-ready vessels


    Euronav has ordered two future-fuel ready Suezmax tankers from Daehan Shipbuilding.

  • Another research ship reference for Vigo: keel-laying for the Odon de Buen.

    New Showcase For Spanish Ocean Research


    Spanish capability for oceanographic research is set to be enhanced by an 85m newbuild laid down this month at Vigo. Ordered from Astilleros Armon to the account of the Instituto Espanol de Oceanografia (IEO), the Odon de Buen will become the country’s largest and most advanced research ship on scheduled ...

  • Titan is planning to build a 200,000 tonne/year bio-LNG liquefaction plant focused on the maritime market at the Port of Amsterdam.

    Titan plans new bio-LNG plant


    Titan has chosen the Port of Amsterdam as the site for its new biomethane (bio-LNG) liquefaction plant.

  • Shell has signed an agreement with KSOE, DNV and Doosan Fuel Cell to launch a vessel powered by a SOFC in 2025.

    Shell to demonstrate SOFC on LNG carrier


    Shell has signed a deal to power an LNG carrier with a HyAxiom-developed solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) to test the technology’s ability to cut carbon emissions from maritime transport.

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    CMHI-Jiangsu and GTT ink membrane deal


    CMHI-Jiangsu is now licensed for the construction of large capacity LNG carriers following a deal to use GTT membrane technology

  • Typical well-to-wake emissions of marine fuels

    BV white paper promotes WtW approach


    A new white paper from Bureau Veritas (BV) presents an overview of different alternative fuels, considering issues such as availability and promoting a well-to-wake (WtW) approach to emissions.

  • The study's findings suggest that pure bioLNG could cover up to 3% of the total energy demand for shipping fuels in 2030 and 13% in 2050.

    Report: BioLNG likely cheaper than other fuels


    Bio-LNG can meet a significant proportion of future shipping demand and will be among the cheapest sustainable alternative marine fuels, according to a new study commissioned by SEA\LNG.