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21-09-2017

First Voyage for European LNG Bunker Tanker

LNG bunker fuel is part of multi-fuel bunker market emerging in the face of tougher environmental regulations on shipping

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.

"Skangas offers LNG bunkering services in the Baltic Sea, North Sea and in the Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp region," according to its website.

LNG bunker fuel forms part of a new multi-fuel bunker market that is emerging in the face of tougher environmental regulations on shipping. An emissions control area, where bunker fuel has a 0.1% sulfur cap, is in place in the Baltic and North Seas.

Skangas is an established physical supplier of small-scale LNG with a network of truck deliveries.


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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. "Skangas off
  
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