Dan-Erik Andersson, Gothenburg Port Authority, Sweden, looks at the challenges and execution of Sweden’s first ship-to-ship LNG bunkering operation.
Qatar Petroleum’s Wave LNG Solutions has signed a framework agreement with Shell to develop LNG marine fuelling – or bunkering – infrastructure at strategic shipping locations located across the globe.
Engie has announced that ship-to-ship LNG bunkering services have commenced in the Port of Zeebrugge, Belgium.
Estonian company LNG Gorskaya Overseas OU has announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Danish port Grenaa Havn A/S to develop an LNG bunkering centre.
Titan LNG has announced that it has taken a final investment decision on Europe’s first LNG bunkering pontoon – the Titan LNG FlexFueler1.
Titan LNG has announced that it has successfully bunkered the M/T Fure West in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, using T-piece technology.
Koch Supply & Trading has announced that it has completed the first of many regular ship-to-ship LNG transfers with Chinese company JOVO and Malaysian shipowner MISC.
Skangas has announced that the first European-built LNG bunker and distribution vessel, Coralius, has been officially named by Johanna Lamminen, Chair of the Board of Skangas and CEO of Gasum.
The Spanish energy provider Molgas Energía has announced that it has carried out the first LNG bunkering operation at the Port of Santander, Spain.
Titan LNG has announced that it has signed a two-year bunkering contract with Amulet Management & Services – the owner of the MS Green Rhine and MS Greenstream LNG-fuelled vessels.