LNG – Page 13

  • The bilobe tank has a capacity of 8000cbm and more than doubles the transportation capacity of liquid CO2 over current vessel capacity without the size, weight and stability concerns that would have come with a higher capacity "monolobe" design ...
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    LNG-FUELLED TANKER DESIGNED FOR LOW COST CO2 CARRIAGE

    2020-12-14T13:45:00Z

    A new CO2 tanker design by Høglund Marine Solutions and HB Hunte Engineering aims at low OPEX by combining a high-capacity bi-lobed cargo tank with LNG-fuelled propulsion.

  • GTT’s membrane containment system Mark III Flex
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    GTT receives order for two HHI LNG carriers

    2020-12-08T13:04:00Z

    GTT will undertake the tank design of two 174,000 m3 LNG carriers (LNGC) for Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI).

  • Radial compressor train for offshore gas production by MAN Energy Solutions
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    MAN compressor trains for Senegalese FPSO

    2020-12-08T11:26:00Z

    MAN Energy Solutions has been awarded an order from MODEC for six compressor trains for an FPSO (floating production storage and offloading) unit destined for deployment in the Sangomar block off the Senegalese coast.

  • Wärtsilä’s LNG simulator solution enables Anglo-Eastern to provide crew training Photo: Anglo-Eastern
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    Wärtsilä provides LNG bunkering simulator

    2020-12-07T11:40:00Z

    Wärtsilä Voyage has delivered and installed customised LNGPac bunkering and liquid cargo handling simulators at the Mumbai training centre of Hong Kong-based Anglo-Eastern Univan Group.

  • Knutsen OAS LNGC with Wärtsilä reliquefaction plant Photo: Knutsen OAS
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    Compact Reliq selected for new LNG carriers

    2020-12-03T10:52:00Z

    Wärtsilä’s recently introduced reliquefaction plant will be installed in two new LNG carrier vessels being built for Knutsen OAS Shipping by the Hyundai Heavy Industries shipyard in Korea.

  • C-type tanks can reduce cost and installation time, but compromise on volume. Photo: Wärtsilä
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    LNG conversions: Perks, pitfalls and possibilities

    2020-11-27T10:47:00Z

    If the industry is going to meet its emissions targets, alternative fuel conversions will have to reach beyond newbuilds, and into the existing fleet – including the bigger, long haul ships: but they''re stubbornly hard to accomplish. So, industry players have come together to talk over the wrinkles... and how ...

  • ABS and DSME are researching the use of solid oxide fuel cells on board VLCCs Photo: ABS
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    JDP researches SOFC technology on VLCCs

    2020-11-26T12:15:00Z

    ABS and Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) have signed a joint development project (JDP) to use solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) technology to replace at least one of three diesel generators on board a very large crude carrier (VLCC).

  • The ‘Siem Aristotle’ Photo: Titan LNG
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    First STS LNG bunkering in Malaysia

    2020-11-12T13:20:00Z

    Titan LNG has successfully arranged the first ship-to-ship LNG bunkering in the port of Pasir Gudang, partnering with Malaysian oil and gas corporation, Petronas.

  • The FSU at Sembcorp Marine’s Admiralty Yard in Singapore Photo: Synergy
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    Synergy converts LNG carrier to FSU

    2020-11-12T13:13:00Z

    Synergy Group has successfully converted a 1992-built, 126,000 cubic metre capacity liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier into a floating storage unit (FSU).

  • The delivery of the first of the series of 40 barges will be in November 2021 (credit: Damen)
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    Dual-fuel barges for European river network

    2020-11-11T18:30:00Z

    Concordia Damen signed a contract for 40 dual-fuel barges last week. The barges feature an efficient design, Parsifal, and will be chartered by Shell and operated by the VT Group/Marlow.

  • The dual-fuel newbuildings will have similar dimensions to U-Ming's existing Capesizes, such as Cape Galaxy (pictured). (Copyright: U-Ming Marine Transportation)
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    U-Ming wins first long-term dual-fuel bulker charter

    2020-11-10T12:21:00Z

    Taiwan-based ship owner and operator U-Ming Marine Transport Corporation (U-Ming) has signed a ten-year charter agreement for four LNG-fuelled Capesize bulkers with Anglo American, the mining company.

  • Headway Technology Group's OceanGuard® FGSS was awarded approval in principle (AiP) by classification society DNV GL on 6 October (credit: Headway)
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    FGSS RECOVERS METHANE FROM HIGH-PRESSURE DUAL-FUEL ENGINES

    2020-11-09T14:58:00Z

    Qingdao-based marine technology developer Headway Technology Group has developed a fuel gas supply system (FGSS) which includes a step-down gas recovery function that minimises methane release from high-pressure dual-fuel engines during extreme load changes.

  • The new Arc7 vessel design features three 17MW ABB Azipod electric propulsion units, compared with the 45MW total propulsion in the Christophe de Margerie (credit: SCF)
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    NEW Arc7 LNGS WILL HAVE 6MW MORE POWER THAN PREDECESSORS

    2020-11-04T23:56:00Z

    A new series of Arc7 LNG carriers will feature more advanced icebreaking hulls to permit year-round deliveries from the Arctic LNG 2 project.

  • Dr. Gunnar Stiesch, Senior Vice President, Head of Engineering Engines at MAN (credit: MAN Energy Solutions)
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    MAN REVEALS TIMELINE FOR FOUR-STROKE METHANE SLIP SOLUTIONS

    2020-11-04T13:19:00Z

    MAN Energy Solutions anticipates a 2025 market launch for one of its key technologies for eliminating methane slip from four-stroke gas-burning dual-fuel engines. The other, switching the engines from the Otto to the Diesel combustion principle, will be validated in conjunction with the use of future fuels such as methanol ...

  • LNG-fuelled Newcastlemax with Mark III membrane tank
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    NEWCASTLEMAX DESIGN RUNS ON LNG WITHOUT LOSS OF CARGO CAPACITY

    2020-11-02T16:49:00Z

    Deltamarin and GTT''s LNG-fuelled Newcastlemax design has the same cargo capacity and dimensions as a standard 210,000dwt Newcastlemax but can carry enough LNG for two round trips from Australia to China or one round trip from Brazil to China.

  • ABB Azipod Photo: ABB
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    Azipod to power newbuild LNG carriers

    2020-11-02T10:29:00Z

    ABB has secured a contract with Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering worth more than US$300 million to supply a power and propulsion package for six new vessels that will transport LNG along the Northern Sea Route.

  • Privately-held Norwegian ship owner Viken Shipping will take delivery of 2 x 110,000dwt dual-fuel Aframaxes, similar to the diesel-fuelled Breiviken (pictured), after inking a term charter agreement with Total (credit: Viken Shipping)
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    Hafnia and Viken Shipping agree term charter with Total for dual-fuel Aframaxes

    2020-10-28T17:11:00Z

    Viken Shipping and Hafnia have signed long-term charters for two LNG-fuelled Aframax tankers apiece with energy major Total.

  • BW LNG and Burckhardt Compression have agreed a fleet management solution Photo: Burckhardt Compression
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    BW LNG and Burckhardt sign service agreement

    2020-10-22T09:50:00Z

    BW LNG and Burckhardt Compression have signed a ten-year service agreement covering nine LNG carriers with Laby-GI compressors on board.

  • DNV GL awarded approval in principle (AiP) to Headway Technologies' fuel gas supply system on 6 October (credit: Headway Technologies)
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    Headway Technology's FGSS awarded AiP by DNV GL

    2020-10-19T17:43:00Z

    Qingdao-based marine technology developer Headway Technology was awarded approval in principle (AiP) for its fuel gas supply system (FGSS) for high-pressure LNG-fuelled main engines by classification society DNV GL on 6 October.

  • By incorporating double-shell small size vacuum-insulated type tanks as well as an optimised Tank Connection Space, the innovative FGSS offers installation and maintenance efficiencies. (credit: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries)
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    BV awards AiP to Mitsubishi Shipbuilding for LNG FGSS

    2020-10-19T12:56:00Z

    Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., a part of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Group, has been granted Approval in Principle (AIP) by classification society Bureau Veritas (BV) for an LNG fuel gas supply system (FGSS) for marine four-stroke dual fuel engines.