Port of Klaipėda eyes role as methanol bunker port


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The Lithuanian port of Klaipėda is working with the methanol supplier Proman to transition into an “energy port”.

The two parties have signed an Memorandum of Understanding which will help the port achive its aim of becoming an energy centre, not just a cargo, shipbuilding and repair base.

Proman will help the port in the planning, design and implementation of future methanol bunkering and the potential development of a methanol-to-power project for shore side power in or near the Klaipėda port.

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