LNG – Page 9

  • LNG is expected to play a major role in shipping in the Baltic Sea Photo: Gasum
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    Gasum wins Finnish government LNG deal

    2021-08-23T14:47:00Z

    Gasum has won a contract with Finnish government central purchasing body, Hansel, to supply LNG to the Transport Infrastructure Agency and Border Guard in 2021/22.

  • MAN ES has received 40 orders for MAN B&W ME-GA engines since March (credit: MAN Energy Solutions)
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    MAN announces dozens of orders for ME-GA engine

    2021-08-23T13:03:00Z

    MAN Energy Solutions has received 40 new orders for its two-speed low-pressure, dual-fuel MAN B&W ME-GA engine and accompanying EGR, the company announced.

  • Members of GTT and CCS at the signing of the MoU Photo: GTT
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    GTT and CCS team up on membrane technology

    2021-08-19T12:26:00Z

    GTT and the China Classification Society (CCS), have joined forces on a technical cooperation for the application of GTT membrane technology.

  • The dual-fuel newbuildings will have similar dimensions to Siem Car Carriers' LNG-fuelled Siem Confucius (copyright: Volkswagen AG).
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    Siem Industries inks long-term dual-fuel PCTC charter

    2021-08-18T15:02:00Z

    A Bermuda-based subsidiary of Siem Industries Group (SFL Corporation) has signed a ten-year charter agreement for two LNG-fuelled pure car and truck carriers with a leading Asia-based transportation company.

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    Cutting FSRU CO2 emissions

    2021-08-17T16:51:00Z

    Technology that reduces the fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of floating storage and regasification units (FSRUs) for LNG has been successfully demonstrated.

  • Johnny Kackur, General Manager, Merchant and Gas Carrier Segment, at Wärtsilä
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    NEW SHIP POWER CONCEPT ELIMINATES TRADITIONAL 2-STROKE PROPULSION ENGINE

    2021-08-11T15:44:51Z

    A new ship power concept targeting tankers and bulk carriers developed by Wärtsilä and RINA relies on two 4-stroke dual-fuel LNG engines for both propulsion and electric power generation.

  • The new dual-fuel TT-Line ferries will be powered by Wärtsilä engines. (Copyright: Rauma Marine Constructions Oy)
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    Engine and FGSS package for dual-fuel TT Line newbuildings

    2021-08-11T11:54:00Z

    Wärtsilä has been awarded the contract to supply the engines and fuel gas supply system for two dual-fuel Ro-Pax vessels under construction at Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) in Finland.

  • RINA aims to make LNG more widely available in the Mediterranean, Black and Caspian Seas Photo: wikimedia
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    Safely expanding LNG bunkering and storage

    2021-08-09T11:20:00Z

    RINA has been awarded a framework contract by the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) to help increase the availability of LNG in the Mediterranean, Black and Caspian Seas.

  • GTT has received orders for the tank design for two new LNGCs Photo: GTT
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    GTT receives tank orders for two LNGCs

    2021-07-23T11:37:00Z

    GTT has received orders from its partners the Korean shipyards, Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries and Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering, for the tank design of two new LNG carriers, both scheduled for delivery in 2023.

  • Caronte & Tourist ferry
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    Wärtsilä supplies LNG ferry

    2021-07-13T13:32:00Z

    Wärtsilä will provide the main and auxiliary engines, as well as the fuel storage and supply system, for a new Italian LNG-fuelled ferry.

  • The LNG bunker vessel Gas Agility seen during recent operations at the Dunkerque LNG Terminal. (credit: Dunkerque LNG – HappyDay)
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    Second TotalEnergies LNG Bunker Barge Completes Sea and Gas Trials

    2021-07-12T14:29:00Z

    TotalEnergies has announced that its second liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunker barge has successfully completed her sea and gas trials. The new vessel, which will be TotalEnergies first France-based LNG bunker barge, is TotalEnergies Marine Fuels’ second collaboration with shipowner Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) and shipbuilder, Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding.

  • The ‘Ballast-Water-Free’ LNG bunker and feeder vessel design Photo: GTT
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    AiP for ballast-water-free LNG vessel concept

    2021-07-09T11:32:00Z

    GTT and partner Hudong Zhonghua Shipbuilding Group have been given a double approval in principle by China Classification Society (CCS) and DNV for a ‘Ballast-Water-Free’ LNG bunker and feeder vessel concept.

  • A defined list of competencies for all stakeholders will help to plan effective and consistent training Photo: SGMF
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    SGMF releases LNG safety guidance

    2021-07-08T12:24:00Z

    The Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel (SGMF) has published new guidelines to improve the safety of LNG-fuelled ships.

  • The New ME-GA dual-fuel engine was unveiled during a livestream from MAN Energy Solutions’ Research Centre Copenhagen on 18 March 2021. The new engine is an Otto-cycle variant of the company’s successful ME-GI engine.
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    HHI-EMD Orders First ME-GA Engines

    2021-07-08T10:49:00Z

    HHI-EMD (Hyundai Heavy Industries'' Engine Machinery Division) has ordered 12 700cm bore low-speed ME-GA engines. The order, which is connected to the construction of a series of LNG carriers, is the first for MAN Energy Solutions’ new low-pressure dual-fuel engine.

  • The 190-metre long 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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    LGM Engineering wins FGSS contract for U-Ming dual-fuel bulkers

    2021-07-02T12:27:00Z

    LGM Engineering has been awarded the contract to supply twin Type C fuel tanks and the LNG fuel gas supply system to four dual-fuel 190,000dwt Capesize newbuildings by Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. (SWS).

  • GTT's NO96 Super+ membrane containment system retains key elements from the NO96 system (pictured).
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    Final Approval for GTT NO96 Super+ containment technology

    2021-07-02T11:41:00Z

    GTT has received the Final Approval for its NO96 Super+ technology from the classification societies Bureau Veritas, DNV and Lloyd''s Register.

  • Six- and seven-cylinder 80mm-bore versions of MAN Energy solutions’ dual-fuel ME-GI engine could power future VLOCs (image: MAN Energy Solutions)
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    MAN ES sees VLOCs as next market for 800mm bore ME-GI engine

    2021-06-29T10:33:00Z

    MAN ES is eyeing new markets for its 800mm-bore dual-fuel engine scant months after its G80ME-GI made its debut in a VLCC project, Paul Gunton learns.

  • Svanehøj has an order to supply deepwell gas fuel pumps for 22 ULCVs Photo: Svanehøj
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    Svanehøj breakthrough in container market

    2021-06-28T12:32:00Z

    Svanehøj has broken through into the container ship market with an order from Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering and Samsung Heavy Industries for deepwell gas fuel pumps for 22 ultra large container vessels.

  • Wärtsilä is supplying its LNG cargo handling and fuel system to two LNG bunkering vessels Photo: Wärtsilä
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    Wärtsilä wins two LNG system orders

    2021-06-24T13:43:00Z

    Wärtsilä has received two more orders for its complete LNG cargo handling and fuel system from Hyundai Mipo Dockyard.

  • Wärtsilä will provide remote support, as well as 24/7 technical support for the Gas Process Plants aboard a number of QFlex LNG carriers (copyright: Nakilat)
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    NAKILAT OPTS FOR WÄRTSILÄ TECHNICAL AND REMOTE SUPPORT FOR LNGCS

    2021-06-17T16:47:00Z

    Technology group Wärtsilä has signed LNG Support Agreements for an unspecified number of LNG carriers owned by Nakilat. Wärtsilä will provide both remote support, as well as 24/7 technical support, for the vessels’ onboard Gas Process Plants.