By operating on a blend of synthetic natural gas (SNG) and LNG, the 1,036-TEU containership, ElbBLUE has reduced its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 27% compared to using LNG alone. Compared with
A containership that first made the headlines when its main engines were converted to dual-fuel operation is in the news again. In a world-first for the maritime sector, the ship, the ElbBLUE
The first containership to be converted to operate on LNG is to notch up another green first, operating on liquefied SNG (Synthetic Natural Gas) produced from renewable electrical energy as drop-in fuel.
OCTOBER 9, 2017 — In a pledge made at an EU sponsored, invitation-only conference held in Malta October 5-6, MAN Diesel & Turbo is offering EUR 2 million discount on the next
SEPTEMBER 20, 2017 — Converting an existing containership to LNG fueling need not involve installing a whole new engine. Proving this point: the successful conversion of the 2011-built 1,036 TEU Wessels Reederei