Shell has released a video looking at its new LNG bunker vessel.
The 6500 m3 vessel will use a specialised loading arm, and will be capable of fuelling 1000 cubes of LNG per hour. It will be able to provide bunkering services to a range of ships, from small coastal vessels to large transatlantic ships.
Shell claims that it will be the largest seagoing LNG bunker vessel with high manoeuvrability, and will help open up a new market in the marine transport industry.
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/small-scale-lng/28032017/shell-reveals-lng-bunker-vessel/
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