ClassNK has granted AiP to NS United Kaiun Kaisha and Imabari Shipbuilding for their joint project on the concept design of LNG-fuelled capesize bulker.
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Gasum has announced that, on 13 December, it opened its first gas filling station in Skåne, Kristianstad, Sweden.
ABB has announced that it has been awarded a contract valued at €157 million to supply power, propulsion and digital solutions for Genting Hong Kong’s six ‘Universal Class’ vessels that will bring global hotel brands to sea.
Robert Allan Ltd. and Rolls-Royce have developed what is believed to be the world’s first shallow-water push boat powered by LNG natural gas engines.
Thigpen Energy has announced that, last month, it provided a portable onsite LNG storage and high-pressure vaporisation solution to end-users on the US-Mexico border.
GTT has received an order from Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding for the tank design of an LNG bunker vessel for Mitsui OSK Lines.
Oiltanking Amsterdam, Furetank Chartering and Titan LNG have bunkered LNG to the vessel ‘Ramelia’ whilst working cargo at the Port of Amsterdam.
ABS has announced that it has granted approval in principle to Deltamarin and GTT for a new dual-fuel Newcastlemax bulk carrier design.
Titan LNG has announced that it has contracted Norwegian shipbroker Fearnleys AS to run the tender process for a newbuild LNG bunker barge.
PAO NOVATEK has announced that NOVATEK Polska, a wholly owned subsidiary, has launched an LNG filling station to provide clean-burning fuel for cargo trucks in Rostock, Germany.
Avenir LNG Ltd has announced that Milorad Doljanin will assume the role of CEO with effect 13 December 2019.
Total Marine Fuels Global Solutions has announced that it has signed a long-term charter contract with Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd for a second large LNG bunker vessel, with delivery scheduled for 2021.
Total has announced that it has signed an agreement with CMA CGM for the supply of approximately 270 000 tpy of LNG for CMA CGM’s future containerships in Marseille over a period of 10 years.
Zeebrugge LNG terminal is expecting no fewer than 16 ships to moor for unloading in the first 20 days of December.