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Eagle LNG Starts Jacksonville Building

May 18, 2016 in Infrastructure, LNG, Marine by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Construction Has Begun for Facility to Support Crowley LNG Ships

Eagle LNG said Tuesday that it’s begun construction of its liquefied natural gas plant in West Jacksonville, Fla. The facility will have an initial capacity of 87,000 gallons of LNG per day, rising to 200,000 gallons. It will include a 1,000,000-gallon storage tank and a truck loading system.
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VTG & Brunsbüttel for LNG Transfer

April 28, 2016 in Companies, Industrial, Infrastructure, LNG, Marine by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Truck-to-Railcar Operations Supports ‘Rolling Pipeline’ Concept,
Port Is “The Most Suitable Location for an LNG Import Terminal’

Germany’s VTG Aktiengesellschaft and Brunsbüttel Ports are talking up the successful truck-to-railcar transfer of LNG – and citing the operation as proof that the clean fuel can be imported and used to support regional industrial operations. Brunsbüttel is at the mouth of the Elbe River, northwest of Hamburg.
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Bunker Holding for Denmark Marine LNG

February 19, 2016 in Infrastructure, LNG, Marine by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Kosan Crisplant Liquefaction to Serve Maritime Customers

The Bunker Holding Group has outlined plans to produce liquefied natural gas in the north of Denmark to supply fuel for the maritime sectors in Denmark and Sweden.
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Cryonorm Is Ready for New LNG Barges

February 5, 2016 in Infrastructure, LNG, Marine by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Waterside Station in Holland Anticipates New River Vessels

Cryonorm Systems is spreading the word about a liquefied natural gas fueling station in The Netherlands, built with European Union support via the TEN-T program, that’s positioned to serve future natural gas-powered traffic on the River IJssel.
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Cosmodyne for Eagle LNG at Jaxport

January 27, 2016 in Infrastructure, LNG, Marine by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Liquefaction Unit Is for Eagle LNG’s Marine Ship Fueling

Cosmodyne says it will supply a natural gas liquefier to Eagle LNG Partners for Eagle’s LNG marine bunkering activities at the Port of Jacksonville, Fla. The liquefaction unit features Cosmodyne’s nitrogen refrigeration technology to reliably produce high quality LNG fuel.

Cosmodyne liquefiers of the type to be employed for Eagle LNG in Florida.

Cosmodyne liquefiers of the type to be employed for Eagle LNG in Florida.

“The plant will deliver great operating flexibility,” Cosmodyne says, “allowing Eagle LNG to easily increase and decrease production in response to fluctuating market demand while maintaining high energy efficiency.

“This unique load-following ability to turn down production without an efficiency penalty is ideal for LNG plants deployed in markets where demand volume is developing or variable.”

‘Unique Benfits’

“Eagle LNG evaluated various supply options,” Eagle engineering VP David Stevenson says in the Cosmodyne announcement.

“Cosmodyne demonstrated the unique benefits of their technology, including the simplicity and flexibility of operating their system.

Equally important is Cosmodyne’s commitment and dedication to work with us as a true, long-term project partner,” Stevenson said.

Eagle Is to Supply Crowley Ships

“Eagle LNG is an innovative leader in the micro-liquefaction industry,” said Cosmodyne GM George Pappagelis. “We will provide a reliable and cost-effective system that satisfies the unique needs of the new market it will serve, providing ships with LNG fuel.”

Crowley Maritime said last month that Eagle would supply fuel for the two LNG-powered Commitment-class container ships for the Puerto Rico trade it is now building in Texas. The vessels are to be ready in 2017, as will be a new, 200,000-gallon-per-day (87,000 gallons daily initially) natural gas liquefaction plant in Jacksonville, Crowley said (HHP Insight, December 16).

Separately, Eagle reported today that it’s filed an additional application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for a separate LNG export facility also planned for Jacksonville.

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Source: Cosmodyne with HHP Insight follow-up

CME’s LNG Barge for Tote in February

December 18, 2015 in Infrastructure, LNG, Marine by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Vessel Has 2,200-Cubic-Meter GTT Containment System

Clean Marine Energy said this week that its liquefied natural gas bunker barge to support Tote Maritime’s new container ships in Jacksonville – and other LNG vessels in and around Florida’s Port of Jacksonville and the Southeast – is expected to be launched in February.
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Crowley Taps Eagle for New Ships’ LNG

December 16, 2015 in Infrastructure, LNG, Marine by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

New Jacksonville Liquefaction Facility Pledged for 2017

Crowley Puerto Rico Services said Wednesday that it’s chosen Eagle LNG Partners to supply liquefied natural gas fuel for its two new Commitment-class container ships connecting Florida and Puerto Rico.
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Shell Vessel for Containerships LNG

December 11, 2015 in Dual Fuel, Infrastructure, LNG, Marine, Milestones, vessel order by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

STX Offshore Cut First Steel in Korea This Month

Shell has disclosed Containerships as the lead customer for the liquefied natural gas bunker vessel it commissioned late last year – and reports that STX Offshore & Shipbuilding cut first steel for the vessel at a December 4 ceremony in Korea.
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Tacoma LNG Plant Gets City Nod

November 19, 2015 in Infrastructure, LNG, Marine by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

$275 Million Facility to Support Tote Ships, Other Transport Users

Puget Sound Energy confirms that the Tacoma City Council has approved an agreement allowing the utility to build a liquefied natural gas facility at the Port of Tacoma.
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Kiewit & Air Products for Small-Scale LNG

November 13, 2015 in Companies, Infrastructure, LNG by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Customers to Enjoy ‘a One-Stop-Shop and Rapid Response’

Kiewit Energy and Air Products say they’ll collaborate on small-scale liquefied natural gas projects in North America. “The collaboration,” states a release, “provides customers with a one-stop-shop and rapid response to the design, construction and commissioning of projects.”
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