ZEUS LNG-FUELED MARINE REPORT
Industry Analysis
LNG Ready: The Key to Deep-Sea LNG Fuel?
May 27, 2014
LNG fuel has long been a focus for a limited range of near-shore and short-sea shipping applications as a result of abiding concerns about fuel storage space and bunkering availability. Yet thanks to a growing capability to design vessels to be “LNG ready”, LNG may have an opportunity to work its way into deep-sea applications. This analysis will examine the growing LNG ready trend, and offer some insights into its market impact....Full Article

Marine Engine Review Part 3: The Coming Rush
April 15, 2014
The marine LNG fueled engine market has been dominated in its relatively short life by a small number of players. However, growing interest in the fuel has pushed for both new entrants, and a growing suite of offerings. In the third piece of this analysis series, Zeus will underline the benefits of a growing number of options entering the market....Full Article

Marine Engine Review Part 2: Wärtsilä, Rolls Royce, and the Battle for the New World
March 25, 2014
The marine LNG fueled engine market has been dominated in its relatively short life by a small number of players. However, growing interest in the fuel has pushed for both new entrants, and a growing suite of offerings. In the second piece in a new analysis series, Zeus will examine two major market players, and some possible reasons for why one is currently leading another....Full Article

Marine Engine Review Part 1: OEM’s Off to the Races
February 25, 2014
The marine LNG fueled engine market has been dominated in its relatively short life by a small number of players. However, growing interest in the fuel has pushed for both new entrants, and a growing suite of offerings. In the first piece in a new analysis series, Zeus will evaluate the major players in the business, and their respective market shares. ...Full Article

Global LNG Bunkering Moves from the Truck to the Fueling Depot
February 11, 2014
Traditional efforts to supply LNG fuel to marine vessels have been dominated by stop-gap methods like truck refueling. But for LNG to emerge as a legitimate fuel source for many marine operators, large-scale sources of fuel supply must emerge. In this analysis, Zeus will assess current LNG bunkering plans world-wide, and draw conclusions on the market as it stands today....Full Article


Fleet Moves
Maran Tankers Orders LNG Ready Oil Tankers
August 12, 2014
The four vessels will be delivered by 2016 from their South Korean shipbuilder....Full Article

Chemgas to Put Three LNG Fueled LPG Carriers in European Service
August 12, 2014
The liquefied gas carriers are part of an EU initiative to promote the use of LNG as a marine fuel....Full Article

Reederei NSB Orders Four LNG Fueled Containerships
August 12, 2014
The vessels will come from a Chinese yard, with construction beginning in 2015....Full Article

Shanghai Bestway Announces Plans for 200 LNG Fueled Vessels
August 5, 2014
The massive order is for an inland transportation firm in need of bulk carriers.
...Full Article

Polsteam Considering Two LNG Fueled Ferries
July 29, 2014
Two domestic shipyards are being evaluated for the contract....Full Article


Fueling
Antwerp Issues Tender for LNG Bunkering
August 12, 2014
Following similar moves by other European ports, Antwerp hopes to add permanent bunkering infrastructure for LNG....Full Article

Liquiline to Develop Bunkering Facility for Fjord Line in Hirtshals
August 12, 2014
The facility will serve the ferry operator’s two existing LNG fueled vessels....Full Article

Port of Rostock, Gazprom Cooperate on LNG Fuel
July 29, 2014
The firms will work together to develop LNG bunkering and fueling infrastructure....Full Article

Tenerife Examining LNG Bunkering
July 15, 2014
The Canary Islands port hopes to be an LNG bunkering hub....Full Article

Portsmouth Plans LNG Bunkering Facility for Brittany Ferries
July 15, 2014
The bunkering facility will be designed using technical support from Lloyd’s....Full Article


Technology
Wärtsilä Awarded Contract for Harvey Gulf Bunkering Facility
August 19, 2014
The contract applies to the control systems for the new facility....Full Article

Bechtel Awarded Contract to Expand FortisBC Tilbury Plant
July 29, 2014
The peakshaving plant will play an expanding role in LNG fuel supply....Full Article

TOTE Receives Fuel Tanks for First Marlin Class Newbuild
July 22, 2014
Construction is reportedly proceeding on-schedule for both vessels....Full Article

Wärtsilä, CSSC Sign Joint Venture for Chinese Dual Fuel Engines
July 22, 2014
The JV will focus on manufacturing both diesel and dual fuel engines....Full Article

Elliott Bay Receives AIP for LNG Barge Design
July 15, 2014
The 2,000 cubic meter design will be used to support bunkering operations....Full Article


Regulatory
Hawaii Gas Pursues Approval for Alternate LNG Suppliers
August 5, 2014
The move is an attempt to help the utility better manage fuel costs....Full Article

Pivotal Applies for Approval to Ship LNG to Puerto Rico
August 5, 2014
LNG would be delivered via ISO intermodal containers. ...Full Article

ABS to Classify LNG America Bunker Barges
May 27, 2014
The barges will move product from export terminals to demand centers and customers....Full Article

NCMW to Debate Measuring LNG and CNG by Mass or Volume
March 25, 2014
The outcome will have ramifications in how the fuel is dispensed....Full Article

Port of Antwerp Publishes LNG Bunkering Procedures
March 18, 2014
Due to the early phase of the industry, the port will continue to evolve the procedures going forward....Full Article


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