Liquiline Hosts LNG Shipping Seminars in Denmark

Liquiline Hosts Successful LNG Shipping seminars in Denmark

Together with MarTech LNG and DNV GL, Liquiline hosted two seminars for the maritime sector in the ports of Frederikshavn and Esbjerg in May 2014.

The agenda of the two seminars was focusing on concrete examples of LNG Bunkering solutions and the economic aspect, and this was very well received by the participants. The aim of the seminars was to take the LNG infrastructure discussion to the next level by showing that it is possible today to establish small-scale container solutions that are mobile, flexible and can easily be upscaled due to volume changes.

Participants showed that this is a product that meets the maritime market’ needs, and a cost-effective solution that is possible to establish today and in this way get started with LNG as fuel to vessels. The 2015 Sox regulations are on the doorstep, and the solutions are here and they are available.

Liquiline offers different various LNG bunkering solutions adjusted to the customers’ need of bunkering ports, volume and type of vessel.

Press Release, June 11, 2014

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