Novatek and Siemens Energy signed a Strategic Partnership and Cooperation Agreement to ‘decarbonise LNG production’.
Korean Register (KR) and DSME have achieved the world’s first ship to ship (STS) LNG loading for gas trial. The SM JEJU LNG2 has supplied LNG in the STS gas-trial to a 173.400 cbm LNG carrier.
The technology group Wärtsilä, recently delivered and installed customised LNGPac bunkering and liquid cargo handling simulators in an effort to enhance crew training operations.
On Wednesday 18 November, the Spanish shipping and ferry operator Baleària, carried out the first liquified natural gas bunkering in the port of Almería.
CO2 emissions in shipping will continue to rise, as most of the efficiency gains possible by the shipping industry to drive down its carbon footprint over the past decade have already been made, Swedish-based Marine Benchmark says in a new study.
French shipping company CMA CGM announced new services to help operators reduce their environmental footprint. The ACT with CMA CGM+, including four services, seeks to help customers analyze their environmental impact, use cleaner alternative energy sources and make their cargo carbon neutral.
Singaporean energy trader Pavilion Energy and Qatar Petroleum have signed a 10-year LNG sale and purchase agreement for the supply of up to 1.8 million tonnes of LNG per year to Singapore from 2023. Each LNG cargo delivered under this agreement will be accompanied by a statement of its GHG emissions measured from well to discharge port.
Høglund Marine Solutions, in collaboration with HB Hunte Engineering, has developed a tank concept for LPG and CO2 transportation, based on existing, proven technology. This new system doubles current vessel cargo capacity to transport liquified CO2.
The Bothnia Bulk project claims that it has reduced CO2 -emissions per transport work by up to 50% compared with conventional vessels in operation.
Classification Society, ClassNK issued the “Liquefied Gas Carrier Structures – Membrane System” guidance, to specify the technical requirements when designing membrane-type liquefied gas carriers.
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