LNG – Page 11

  • Wärtsilä 46TS-DF is the latest addition to Wärtsilä’s portfolio of future proof engines and has been designed to set a new benchmark in efficiency and emissions performance.

    Wärtsilä’s 46TS-DF sets fuel economy record


    A new version of Wärtsilä’s 460-bore engine claims 52% efficiency.

  • Dr. Rudolf Holtbecker, Executive Director of Operations, WinGD

    WinGD introduces compact on-engine iCER system


    Swiss marine power company WinGD has introduced an on-engine version of its iCER system, enabling the emissions reduction technology to be installed without impact on engine footprint.

  • MSC Europa

    Sustainable cruising


    LNG-powered cruise ship will become the first to incorporate solid oxide fuel cell technology

  • CIMC Sinopacific Offshore & Engineering has been awarded the contract to build 2+1 7600cbm LNG bunker vessels for Seaspan ULC.

    Seaspan orders two LNG bunker vessels


    Seaspan ULC has signed a shipbuilding contract for the construction of two 7,600m3 LNG bunker vessels, with the option for a third vessel.

  • GTT

    GTT to design LNG fuel tanks


    GTT to design fuel tanks for six new LNG-fuelled carriers

  • Titan LNG and Brittany Ferries have signed a long-term agreement to supply LNG and LBG to two new LNG-fuelled hybrid Ro-Pax vessels operated by Brittany Ferries.

    Titan LNG to supply bunker fuel for Brittany Ferries hybrids


    Titan LNG and Brittany Ferries have signed a long-term agreement for the supply of LNG and Liquified Bio Methane (LBM) to two new LNG-fuelled hybrid Ro-Pax vessels that Brittany Ferries will operate between England and France from 2025.

  • CMA CGM is participating in a e-methane demonstration project in Fos-sur-Mer, on France's Mediterranean coast. The project will use carbon dioxide recycled from ArcelorMittal's nearby steel mill to produce synthetic methane.

    CMA CGM joins e-methane production project


    The CMA CGM Group is joining the Jupiter 1000 industrial hydrogen and e-methane demonstrator project piloted by GRTgaz in Fos-sur-Mer, France.

  • Graphical rendering of the new pure car carrier

    New MAN FGSS minimises methane slip


    MAN Cryo, part of MAN Energy Solutions, has signed a contract with Yantai CIMC Raffles Shipyard for the delivery of fuel-gas supply systems (FGSSs) configured so that boil-off gas can be sent to the MAN’s ME-GI engine via a high-pressure, boil off gas compressor. 

  • GTT's Shear-Water ballast-free LNG bunker and feeder vessel concept has been awarded AiP from Bureau Veritas (BV).

    GTT granted AiP for ballast-free LNG bunker vessel


    Following Approval in Principle (AiP) from China Classification Society and DNV last year, GTT has now been awarded AiP from Bureau Veritas (BV) for its Shear-Water concept, a new ballast-free LNG bunker and feeder vessel.

  • Orion, a dual-fuel offshore construction vessel, has entered DEME's fleet.

    Dual-fuel offshore installation vessel joins DEME fleet


    DEME’s new offshore installation vessel Orion has officially joined the company’s fleet.

  • Pasha Hawaii has planned for George III to burn LNG from the outset. The fuel tanks are located right aft.

    Boxship Optimised For Hawaii Trade


    Long in gestation, the plan for re-tonnaging the Hawaii trade lane with a new generation of container ships is set to be realised. 

  • New competition for Hurtigruten AS: Turkish-built Havila Capella is tailored to an initial 10-year operating concession.

    Hybrid Entrant to Norwegian Coastal Run


    A new chapter in the evolution of Norway’s Coastal Express (Hurtigruten) service is unfolding through the delivery of the first of a series of purpose-designed, hybrid LNG/battery-powered vessels for a competitor to the long-established operator on the route.

  • GCC has returned to China Merchants Jinling Shipyard for its latest series of dual-fuel PCTC newbuildings.

    Gram to buy four 7,000 CEU dual fuel PCTCs


    Gram Car Carriers (GCC) has formed Global Auto Carriers for the purpose of ordering four 7,000 CEU dual fuel pure car truck carriers (PCTCs) from China Merchants Jinling Shipyard, with the option for an additional 2+2 vessels at the same yard.

  • Wärtsilä 46TS-DF is the latest addition to Wärtsilä’s portfolio of future proof engines and has been designed to set a new benchmark in efficiency and emissions performance.

    Wärtsilä launches new large bore dual-fuel engine


    Wärtsilä has launched the latest addition to its multi-fuel engine portfolio: the Wärtsilä 46TS-DF engine. 

  • T&E has released images that purport to show heat and gas emissions from the exhaust stacks of the CMA CGM Louvre (pictured) and the Eco-Delta.

    Is LNG the shipping industry’s dirty secret?


    Transport & Environment recently released colourful images of gas and heat plumes from the stacks of two vessels, claiming to have exposed “Europe’s dirty secret at sea,” but industry organisation SEA-LNG is disappointed with what it sees as misinformation.

  • Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding has announced an order for four 174,000 cubic metre LNG carriers, in connection with an order for LNG carriers ordered for Qatar Energy.

    China boasts world-leading LNG carrier order


    China remained the world’s leading shipbuilder in the first quarter of the year, taking up nearly half of the international market share, with recent orders for LNG carriers set to boost figures further.

  • Versatile hopper dredger Vox Ariane after launching in Singapore.

    Dual-Fuel Suction Dredger from Singapore


    Singapore’s shipbuilding sector has raised its international profile another notch through Keppel Offshore & Marine’s handover of its first dual-fuel dredger.

  • Shell signed an agreement to charter a 20,000cbm LNG bunker vessel from Avenir LNG from Q1 2023.

    Shell aims to double its LNG bunkering network


    Shell has published its Energy Transition Progress Report 2021 indicating that it is aiming to double the size of its LNG bunkering network by the mid-2020s, to around 15 major ports on key international trading routes.

  • The fifth and sixth vessels in the CLdN's preceding LNG-ready Laureline series were powered by seven-cylinder S50ME-C-GI main movers.

    ME-GI engines chosen for hybrid ro-ro newbuildings


    MAN Energy Solutions has won the order for 4 × dual-fuel MAN B&W 6S60ME-GI (gas injection) engines in connection with the construction of two hybrid, 8,000 lane-metre, ro-ro vessels for CLdN, the Luxembourg-based shipping group. 

  • Two LNG carriers managed by MMS Co will benefit from remote support under an Optimised Maintenance Agreement with Wärtsilä.

    Wärtsilä optimises maintenance and emissions for MMS gas carriers


    Wärtsilä has signed Optimised Maintenance Agreements (OMAs) covering two LNG carrier vessels technically managed and operated by the Japanese shipping group MMS.