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GTT Releases LNG Bunker Barge Details

July 29, 2015 in Infrastructure, LNG, Marine by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

First Steel Has Been Cut in Texas for Clean Marine Energy Vessel,
Separately, GTT Reports that It’s Opened a Subsidiary in Singapore

First steel has been cut for America’s first liquefied natural gas bunkering barge, a 2,200-cubic-meter vessel ordered by WesPac Midstream and its finance affiliate, Clean Marine Energy, for service with TOTE.

GTT Progress on the LNG Bunker Barge

May 4, 2015 in LNG, Marine by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

With Membrane Tank, Re-Cooling and Reach4 Bunkering Mast,
‘Distribution of LNG is Now Becoming a Reality in North America’

Structurally integrated membrane storage of liquefied natural gas, an innovative LNG re-cooling system designed to optimize the use of boiloff generated in the tanks, and a bunkering arm known a Reach4 are all to be used as GTT and its partners finalize the design of America’s first LNG bunker barge.

GTT Membranes for Conrad LNG Barge

October 3, 2014 in Companies, LNG, Marine by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Pact ‘Initiates the Process of Training and Preparing’ for Production

Gaztransport & Technigaz reports an agreement between GTT North America and Louisiana’s Conrad Shipyard for the future production of membrane cargo tanks for liquefied natural gas using GTT’s technology.

Conrad Taps Bristol for LNG Barge

August 25, 2014 in LNG, Marine by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

ABS Approval for 300-Foot, 3,000-Cubic-Meter Transport Design

Morgan City, La.-based Conrad Shipyard is developing a line of liquefied natural gas transport barges using designs from Rhode Island’s Bristol Harbor Group. Bristol has an American Bureau of Shipping approval in principal for the basic design. updated August 27

Corps of Engineers Eyes Natural Gas

December 12, 2013 in CNG, LNG, Marine, Studies by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Rhode Island’s Bristol Harbor to Make Recommendations by June

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is looking at natural gas power for its large fleet, and has engaged Rhode Island’s Bristol Harbor Group to select a single best candidate for conversion.

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