Chemgas Shipping's vessel, Sefarina, on Monday received LNG, making it the first LNG bunkering operation at Groningen Seaports.
The LNG-powered coastal tanker, Sefarina, received the LNG at Beatrixhaven, one of Eemshaven Port’s docking basins.
Chemgas Shipping's\u00a0vessel, Sefarina, Monday received liquid natural gas (LNG), making it the first LNG bunkering operation at Beatrixhaven, one of Eemshaven Port's docking basins, LNG World News reports.
The 87.2m long and 14.8m wide LNG-powered coastal tanker was built by\u00a0Shipyard Constructions Hoogezand Nieuwbouw B.V., and received the LNG at Groningen Seaports.
The vessel has two gas tanks with a total capacity of 3,000 cbm, and features a W\u00e4rtsil\u00e4 DF main engine, which can be driven by gasoil or LNG.
Skangas duel fuel LNG carrier Coral Energy (image credit/Skangas)
Liquified natural gas (LNG) bunker tanker Coralius has made its first trip loading and delivering LNG to and from Norwegian ports, according to trade press reports.
The 5,800 cubic meter capacity tanker, which is owned by Norwegian gas company Skangas, was delivered to the company in June. Skangas also operates LNG carrier Coral Energy.
OPEC Cutback Extension to be Discussed in November, But Developments Could Render Any Deal Meaningless
Analysts say everything from Saudi exploration to rising tensions with North Korea could radically alter the dynamics of the international market. File Image / Pixabay
Ever since the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) extended the duration of its production cuts earlier this year to March of 2018, speculation has been rampant that the meager cutback volume coupled with the large number of members