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Alternative fuels for shipping to reduce pollution and costs

The Shipping Fuel Issues Of Today And Tomorrow As time goes by, the need to have clean, renewable sources of energy increases. It’s only natural, as history has shown, that certain sources of energy dwindle in reserve, popularity, and safety – causing society at large to scramble towards better solutions. Sometimes, these solutions are right

Vladimir Putin said that Russia not only can but will be world’s largest LNG producer

On Thursday President Vladimir Putin said that his country not only can, but will become the largest LNG producer in the World. The president did not give a time table for reaching this ambitious goal. At present Russia has one LNG export facility, Sakhalin which produces around 9.6 million tons of LNG per year. However

New LNG bunkering vessel to be built for Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement

Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (BSM) currently manages over 120 bulk carriers and has over 40 years experience, have entered into an agreement with Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (HMD) to build a 7,500 cbm liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering vessel which will be 117 meters long and 20 meters wide. This vessel is expected to be delivered in

Panama Canal Making Serious Environmental Steps

The Panama Canal took 4 years to expand and double its capacity. A new lane was added and the depth and width of the lanes and locks were increased and that enables bigger ships to enter. The locks (a system that lifts a ship up and down) were made approximately 21.3 metres (70ft) wider and

What is LNG and why use it?

What Is LNG? LNG Liquefied Natural gas (or LNG for short) is a natural gas that has been cooled into a liquid state at around -260 degrees Fahrenheit. It is kept at this temperature due to the fact that the volume of a gas when liquefied, is around 600 times smaller than in its natural