Pre-Qualification for LNG Purchase for Samsoe Ferry Launched

Samsø Kommune, the local authorities of the island of Samsø, Denmark, invited companies to be prequalified to participate in a tender for a “turn-key” LNG supply solution for ferry operation. 

The new ferry which will be operating between Samsø and Hou in Jutland will be the first Danish ferry to be powered by LNG.

The preliminary main particulars of the turn-key solution are as follows:

Consumables: Supply and delivery of LNG to the ferry operation. Minimum quality as required for the engine type Wartsila 6L20DF – i.e. min. LHV 28 MJ/Nm3 – min. Methane number 80.

Installation: Supply and delivery of necessary installation (pumps, tanks, trucks etc) as may be required for the daily bunkering of LNG to the ferry. An estimated 10-12 cum LNG shall be bunkered daily – in only one procedure. Minimum bunkering time is essential to the operation.

Training: Necessary training of dedicated Vessel Crew, allowing for the Vessel Crew to carry out the daily bunkering procedures.

The deadline for submitting documentation is no later than 17th of February.

You can find more information on this link.

LNG World News Staff, January 31, 2014

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