GIE releases its Small-Scale LNG 2018 database. The database provides the LNG industry and interested parties with an overview of the available, planned and announced small-scale LNG infrastructure and services in Europe.
GoLNG project is pleased to launch the urvey on LNG VALUE CHAIN INTEGRATION IN THE BALTIC SEA REGION. We are asking you to fill in a short questionnaire, which should not take longer than 15 minutes. We cordially invite you to complete the questionnaire and thank you for your cooperation.
The Implementation Program under the Agreement of Cooperation in the NGV sector was signed today at the Russian Investment Forum in Sochi.
A mobile station for metering liquefied natural gas, designed by PGNiG engineers, may revolutionise the “small-scale LNG” market in Poland. Smaller consumers will be able to buy only a part of the standard tanker’s gas load.
EMSA publishes guidance document on LNG bunkering for ports.
IVECO and BNP Paribas Leasing Solutions join forces to foster energy transition in the commercial vehicles industry with Green Finance schemes
IVECO and BNP Paribas Leasing Solutions have joined forces to help transport operators to renew their fleets with more environmentally friendly commercial vehicles: the purchasers of IVECO vehicles featuring its Natural Power technology, which runs on Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and bio-methane, its Electric solutions or advanced Euro 6 RDE 2020 Ready technologies will be granted preferential financing conditions.
SEA\LNG announced that it has launched a new free-to-access online tool to improve understanding of the current, and rapidly evolving, LNG bunkering infrastructure landscape. Successively IVECO, member of Polish LNG Platform, has made available the locator of the fuel station network (LNG, CNG, biomethane) in Europe.
Spanish Ministers of Development and Energy officially launch the beginning of the railway traction tests with liquefied natural gas (LNG), the first in the world in the passenger rail sector.
Maritime Reporter & Engineering News, published since 1939, annually prints details on the world’s “Great Ships of the Year.” Among all ships there are LNG driven and bunkering units. Below there are, selected in the December 2017 edition, the top 10 ships of the year, according to the editors.
In the past year the stage has been set for a push in the adoption of LNG as a marine fuel beyond the tipping point. The order book for LNG-powered ships grew substantially, the LNG bunkering infrastructure is maturing and the pricing of LNG has become structurally competitive versus MGO. In 2017 around 11% of all new build contracts were LNG powered ships, a trend that we expect to continue during 2018.