„Go LNG“ – Among The Winners Of The Baltic Sea Clean Maritime Award

For the third time, the Baltic Sea Clean Maritime Award honourred outstanding eco-minded seafaring on the Baltic Sea. Project “LNG Value Chain for Clean Shipping, Green Ports & Blue Growth in the Baltic Sea Region” (Go LNG) won second prize in the „Innovation and Technology“ category.

 

The awards ceremony took place during the EUSBSR Annual Forum in Berlin on Wednesday, June 14th.

 

The Baltic Sea Clean Maritime (BSCM) Award has been created to support…

Historic delivery of gas to Poland. PGNiG receives American LNG

Liquefied natural gas from Cheniere Energy has arrived at the President Lech Kaczyński LNG Terminal in Świnoujście. It is the first such delivery to Central and Eastern Europe. PGNiG plans to conclude more spot agreements.

The ceremony of receiving the first ever cargo of liquefied natural gas from the USA took place on June 8th and was attended by Prime Minister Beata Szydło and representatives of government, parliament, local authorities, PGNiG SA and Cheniere Energy.

This…

Polish LNG Platform officially registered!

Today, 7th June, a founding meeting of Polish LNG Platform took place in Gdansk. Polish LNG Platform was establish to promote LNG as a new, cleaner and quieter fuel for road transport and shipping. LNG is an important transition fuel towards a sustainable transport sector.

Polish LNG Platform is intensifying efforts to develop and support the LNG market in Poland, with particular emphasis on the potential of LNG, concentrating resources on the most promising directions…

LNG-Gorskaya Overseas To Construct LNG - Center In Denmark

Estonian company LNG Gorskaya Overseas OU and danish port Grenaa Havn A/S have signed the MoU providing coordinated actions of the parties on construction of the bunkering LNG center with floating storage up to 10,000 m3 in the harbor Grenaa.

Creation of capacities for bunkering of the liquefied gas will allow to provide vessels with fuel in the Danish straits, including water areas of the ports of Skagen, Goteborg, Malmyo and Copenhagen.

Within the infrastructure…

DNV GL looks to a greener 2050 with greenhouse gas model for shipping

DNV GL has published a report assessing the potential for greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction from shipping towards 2050, based on a new computational model. The model can evaluate various scenarios for both individual ship segments and the industry as a whole. It can also evaluate the effectiveness of various solutions for reducing GHGs.

“Despite the challenges facing our industry, we believe it is technically possible for shipping to achieve substantial GHG reductions, provided…