LNG – Page 6

  • Kaimana Hila

    Matson opts for third dual-fuel retrofit


    Matson Navigation has exercised an option to convert the main engine aboard the containership Kaimana Hila to a dual-fuel ME-GI unit capable of running on LNG.

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    ‘Made In Italy’ Reaches A New Scale


    Set to become the largest-ever vessel constructed in Italy, the 175,500gt cruise ship Sun Princess reinforces the country’s standing as a European bastion of the shipbuilding industry, focused on high added-value production.

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    First Singaporean LNG Bunkering For PCTC


    Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK) and FueLNG, a joint venture between Keppel O&M and Shell, have concluded the first refuelling of an LNG-fuelled Pure Car and Truck Carrier (PCTC) with LNG in Singapore’s port waters.

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    ClassNK AiPs for GTT’s latest alt fuels development projects


    ClassNK has issued four Approvals in Principle (AiPs) to GTT, following latest development projects in alternative fuels, which were handed over during a ceremony in Tokyo on 6 March 2023.

  • Bruegel supply vs demand

    Owners Cautious Despite Recent Fall In LNG Price


    The volatility of LNG prices since the outbreak of the confl ict in Ukraine means that sophisticated ship owners and operators are reassessing price indices

  • Lech Kaczynski

    New LNG Carrier Enters Polish Trade


    Poland’s increased recourse to gas imports to meet the energy needs of a growing economy is being facilitated by commitments to a series of newbuild LNG carriers.

  • CMA CGM vessel

    Methane slip reduction targeted in EU-funded Green Ray project


    A consortium including technology group Wärtsilä has secured European Union funding to develop solutions minimising methane slip from marine engines.

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    MHI-MME successfully trials ORC waste heat recovery system with LN2


    Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Marine Machinery & Equipment Co., Ltd. (MHI-MME) successfully conducted demonstration tests of a modified 100kW ORC (Organic Rankine Cycle) system with cryogenic liquid nitrogen (LN2) in January 2023.

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    Digitalisation solutions and hydrogen broaden GTT’s focus areas


    GTT, the LNG containment specialist, is expanding its strategic focus to include digitalisation solutions as well as hydrogen solutions, Anouar Kiassi, GTT’s vice president of Digital & Information explains to The Motorship in an exclusive interview.

  • Woodward’s SOGAV235

    Woodward SOGAV gas admission valve awarded IGF Code compliance


    Woodward has added a new SOGAV (solenoid-operated gas admission valve) to its product line after it achieved Zone ‘0’ IGF Code compliance.

  • MAN ES has rolled out an optimisation programme to improve the performance of its dual-fuel, low-pressure ME-GA engine.

    MAN ES Optimises ME-GA Engine Performance


    MAN Energy Solutions is rolling out an optimisation programme to improve the performance of its dual-fuel, low-pressure ME-GA engine before the first reference for its new two-stroke offering enters service.

  • FSG Tennor

    LNG Barge Deal Boosts German Yard


    Resurgent German shipbuilder Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft (FSG) has landed a major deal for a series of LNG bunker tankers. Three 4,500m3-capacity newbuilds have been ordered by a consortium made up of the German companies Nordic Hamburg Shipmanagement and Wessels Marine and the Dutch firm Titan Clean Fuels.

  • Haugesund Knutsen

    Boost To Spanish LNG Bunkering Role


    Spanish shipbuilding has given new dimension to its capabilities by delivering a 5,000m3-capacity LNG bunker tanker, the first-ever produced by the industry. The 93m Haugesund Knutsen will supply LNG to gas-fuelled cruise ships, ferries and other vessels calling at Spanish ports.

  • 'Eleanor Roosevelt'

    Wärtsilä to supply propulsion solutions for innovative fast ferry


    Wärtsilä has announced that it has been awarded the contract to supply dual-fuel engines and high-performance axial flow waterjets for a new High-Speed Ro-Pax ferry. The ship, TBN Margarita Salas, is being built at the Astilleros Armon Gijon yard in Spain on behalf of the Spanish shipping company Baleària.

  • Ubuntu Harmony Capesize+

    LNG Capesize+ newbuild completes first mission


    First of ten LNG Capesize+ newbuilds is helping Anglo American achieve its net zero goal by 2040


    Malaysia Builds LNG Carrier Influence


    A further stage in the expansion of the Malaysian-owned LNG carrier fleet has been signalled by the construction in South Korea of the 174,000m3-capacity sisters Seri Damai and Seri Daya.

  • Project Sama

    High-End Cruiser From Genoese Yard


    Italy’s shipbuilding industry has again shown its mettle in luxury passenger vessel construction by landing a yacht-type cruise vessel order from a joint venture market entrant.

  • GTT has received AiPs from Bureau Veritas and Lloyd’s Register for the use of its ‘Sloshing Virtual Sensor’ for class surveys of its membrane tanks. The technology supplier is currently working with all of the major classification societies to validate th

    GTT Looks To Extend Digital Twin Model Functionality


    GTT announced that it has been awarded an Approval in Principle (AiP) by Lloyd’s Register for the use of its ‘Sloshing Virtual Sensor’ to optimise LNG membrane tank maintenance.

  • 'Kota Capar' - one of Pacific International Lines' container vessels

    Wärtsilä to supply FGSS for new LNG dual-fuel vessels


    Wärtsilä is to supply a range of equipment for four new LNG dual-fuel container ships

  • The first of Himalaya Shipping's series of 12 dual-fuel Newcastlemaxes, Mount Norefjell, completed its sea trial in mid January.

    First of series of 12 dual-fuel bulkers completes sea trials


    Bermuda-based bulk carrier company Himalaya Shipping has announced that Mount Norefjell, the first of a series of 12 dual-fuel Newcastlemax bulk carriers under construction at New Times Shipbuilding in China has successfully completed its sea trials.