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LNG powered trailing suction hopper dredger
The launch ceremony of DEME’s 3,500m3 LNG-powered trailing suction hopper dredger (TSHD) MINERVA took place on 3 December at Royal IHC's shipyard in Kinderdijk, The Netherlands. The official name giving and christening ceremony will take place in the spring of 2017 in Zeebrugge, Belgium.
"The launch of this vessel is an important milestone for the dredging industry,” says IHC's Executive Director Shipbuilding, Arjan Klijnsoon. “IHC had already started to investigate the integration of LNG into dredging vessels in 2012, enabling us to understand the challenges of this green solution. This gave us a solid basis to work from when DEME started its tender process, and helped us to materialise DEME’s preliminary design for two LNG-powered TSHDs. We are proud to have made a huge step forward in dredger design and to be able to limit the environmental impact of DEME’s vessels. We want to thank DEME for their close cooperation and for giving us the opportunity to build the world’s first LNG-powered hopper dredger.”
Names Second LNG fueled Dredger 2017
By Aiswarya Lakshmi October 2, 2017
The trailing suction hopper dredger (TSHD) Scheldt River was officially named at the DEME head office in Zwijndrecht, Belgium. The dredger was named by Veerle Hegge, the wife of Bart De Wever, Mayor of Antwerp.
The 8,400 m³ Scheldt River is the second dredger in the DEME fleet equipped with dual fuel engines. The highly innovative vessel can operate in LNG mode, reducing carbon dioxide emissions, almost eliminating sulphur, NOx and particle emissions. LNG is intrinsically clean and there is no need for exhaust gas cleaning systems.
Korea to Build World's Largest LNG
Fueled Ship In an effort
to go green amid looming strict emission
rules, South Korea will launch a pilot
program to build the world's largest vessel
powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG).
South Korean Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries
said it will join forces with local shipyards,
builders and state institutes to develop a
class of 180,000-ton LNG-propelled vessels.
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one of the new LNG carriers, during sea trials in South Korea.
Photo: Chevron Corporation The government launched a task force in January made up of local companies to develop the emerging marine transport sector to comply with the International Maritime Organization's sulfur cap on bunkers, set to be enforced in 2020.
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TGE Marine Engineering, provided tank and
Completes First Commercial LNG Bunkering JV Keppel and Shell Eastern Petroleum
Singapore FueLNG Completes First Commercial LNG Bunkering JV Keppel and Shell Eastern Petroleum
By Aiswarya Lakshmi September 25, 2017
FueLNG, a joint venture between Keppel and Shell Eastern Petroleum (Pte) Ltd (Shell), has achieved the first commercial Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) bunker transfer in Singapore by completing truck-to-ship bunkering for the Floating Liquefaction (FLNG) vessel, Hilli Episeyo.
FueLNG has also secured contracts from Keppel Smit Towage and Maju Maritime to provide LNG bunkering services for two dual-fuel LNG harbour tugs. These contracts will commence in 2018 when construction of the tugs is completed.
According to DNV GL, the use of LNG completely removes SOx and particulates, and reduces NOx and carbon dioxide emissions by 85 percent and at least 20 percent respectively.
As of March 20172, there are 102 LNG-fuelled ships in operation and 108 on order.
Carrier Sets Northern Sea
The four-stroke Wärtsilä 50DF engines, which run on LNG and light or heavy fuel oils, deliver a total power output of 64.35MW
On August 17, 2017, the Sovcomflot-owned icebreaking liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier Christophe de Margerie completed her first commercial voyage, transporting LNG through the Northern Sea Route (NSR) from Norway to South Korea. During this voyage, the vessel set a new time record for an NSR transit of 6 days 12 hours and 15 minutes. Moreover, Christophe de Margerie has also become the world’s first merchant vessel to travel the full length of the NSR without any icebreaker escort. During her record-setting voyage, the LNG carrier covered 2,193 nautical miles (4,060 km) from Cape Zhelaniya of the Novaya Zemlya archipelago to Cape Dezhnev at Chukotka, Russia’s easternmost continental point. The vessel again proved her ability to operate in harsh, high-latitude environments.
Her average speed during the passage exceeded 14 knots, despite the fact that in some areas she had to sail through ice fields 1.2 meters thick.
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Railjournal.com Tuesday, June 21, 2016
RUSSIAN Railways (RZD), Gazprom, Transmashholding (TMH) and Sinara signed an agreement on June 17 at the St Petersburg International Economic Forum aimed at increasing the use of natural gas as a fuel for rail transport.
Two types of natural-gas locomotives are to be developed. Sinara will build a fleet of GT1h mainline locomotives for use on non-electrified lines in Siberia and the far north of Russia. Sinara is currently certifying a GT1h test gas-turbine locomotive and has prepared a production site for series production. During tests the locomotive hauled a 9000-tonne train for 700km without refuelling.
TMH has built an 880kW type TEM19 liquefied-natural-gas shunting locomotive, which is being tested by Sverdlovsk Railway, and plans to move to series production. The agreement was signed by RZD president Mr Oleg Belozerov, Gazprom chairman Mr Alexei Miller, TMH Transmashholding president Mr Andrei Bokarev,
and Sinara chairman Mr Dmitry Pumpyanskiy, will build a fleet of GT1h mainline locomotives for use on non-electrified lines in Siberia and the far north of Russia. .
The four organisations intend to synchronise the expansion of natural gas facilities which include fueling points for locomotives, a distribution network and maintenance of natural gas equipment. RZD and Gazprom will agree the best locations for natural gas infrastructure, and RZD will start in the Korotchaevo - Surgut - Voinovka area to enable the operation of 9000-tonne freight trains hauled by natural gas locomotives.
RZD says the benefit of using natural gas is that it is possible to build a high-power locomotive of up to 8.3MW within a relatively small low-weight unit, which can reach 100km/h under maximum design load, compared with other types of gas-turbine locomotives.
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