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MOL to restructure organisation

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd has announced that it will restructure the organisation effective 1 April 2017.


LNG-conversion-ready tanker commences sea trials

General Dynamics NASSCO has announced that the Liberty – the third and final ship constructed as part of the ECO Class tanker programme for SEACOR – has been taken to sea for testing and trials.


Salish Eagle departs Canary Islands

BC Ferries has announced that the LNG dual-fuel Salish Eagle has stopped for refuelling and provisioning at Santa Cruz, Canary Islands, and is now en route across the Atlantic Ocean to Panama.

 

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Interviews with leaders in LNG as a fuel

Speaking at the CWC World LNG Summit in Barcelona, Spain, a number of leading figures in the LNG as a fuel segment have offered their thoughts on the LNG market.


More Small Scale LNG news

LNG dual-fuel ferry en route to B.C.

BC Ferries has announced that the second of its three new Salish Class vessels, the Salish Eagle, has departed Gdansk, Poland, and is en route to its final destination, British Columbia, Canada.

ISO introduces new LNG bunkering standard

The International Organization for Standardization has announced that it has introduced a new standard for the safe and sustainable bunkering of LNG-fuelled vessels.

Shell to provide LNG for new LNG-fuelled dredger

Shell Western LNG B.V. has announced that it has signed an agreement with dredging company Van der Kamp to supply LNG as marine fuel for a new LNG-fuelled vessel.