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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.

Chart for Hamburg LNG Power Barge

December 22, 2013 in LNG, Marine by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Unique LNG-Fueled Vessel Will Supply Electricity to Cruise Ships

Chart Ferox reports a contract with Germany’s Hybrid Port Energy, a subsidiary of Becker Marine, to provide LNG fuel storage and processing equipment for the LNG-Hybrid Barge, which will provide electricity for Aida cruise ships in Hamburg’s HafenCity.

LNG-Fueled Ferry Goes to Work

October 3, 2013 in Dual Fuel, LNG, Marine by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Incat, GE, Chart Ferox, Galileo Are All Key to Buquebus Vessel

“The World’s Fastest Ship” continues to garner attention, as the 325-foot turbine-propelled and LNG-diesel dual fuel Francisco – named for the new Argentinean pope – was formally launched this week by Argentina President Christina Fernandez de Kirchner in Buenos Aires.

Bestobell for Marine LNG Valves

July 18, 2013 in Dual Fuel, LNG, Marine by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Finding Use on Wärtsilä LNGPac Systems for Harvey Gulf OSVs
And Via TGE on Two Cruise Ferries Being Built in Japan for Aida

UK-based Bestobell Valves has been named a preferred supplier to Wärtsilä Gas Power for Wärtsilä’s LNGPac fuel systems for liquefied natural gas. And the firm said just today that its valves will be used on two new duel fuel cruise liners for Germany’s Aida via TGE Marine Gas Engineering.

Incat Launches LNG Ferry

November 29, 2012 in LNG, Marine by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Boat for Buquebus in Argentina Has GE Turbine Engines

The Australian shipbuilder Incat Tasmania launched the world’s first high-speed passenger roll-on/roll-off passenger ferry powered by liquefied natural gas, a 325-foot “wavepiercer” catamaran for the South American operator Buquebus. Sea trials are to commence in January.

Chart Ferox LNG for Incat Ferry

April 22, 2012 in LNG, Marine by HHP  |  No Comments

World’s Fastest & Cleanest for Buquebus in Argentina

Czech-based Chart Ferox says it’s been tapped for the LNG fuel system for a 325-foot catamaran ferry to be built by Australia’s Incat. It’s to be the first catamaran powered by twin 27,000-hp natural gas-fueled turbines, Chart Ferox says, and as such will be “the world’s fastest, environmentally cleanest, most efficient, high-speed ferry.”

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