The Nordic energy company Gasum has completed its first LNG bunkering operation in Emden, Germany. The post Gasum completes its first LNG bunkering in Emden appeared first on Offshore Energy.
- First LNG ship-to-ship bunkering operation at the port of Emden was performed for Volkswagen’s Siem Confucius.
- Approximately 1,500 metric tonnes of LNG was delivered from LNG-powered bunker vessel Engie Zeebrugge onto the deep sea car carrier.
Germany’s largest operator of public seaports Niedersachsen Ports GmbH & Co said the first liquified natural gas (LNG) ship-to-ship bunkering operation at the port of Emden was performed for Volkswagen’s Siem Confucius, reports Manifold Times.First LNG...
Volkswagen Group said Wednesday it welcomed its first LNG-fuelled car carrier in the US […] The post Volkswagen’s first LNG-powered car carrier arrives in US appeared first on Offshore…
Siem Car Carriers’ latest vessels, Siem Confucius and Siem Aristotle, were built at Xiamen Shipyard in China and have recently entered service. They are the very first ..
The 200-meter car carriers feature 13 car decks and a capacity to transport 4,700 vehicles.