The shipping industry needs to reduce emissions from its use of fuels.
Riverships, harbour tugs, tourist & passenger ships, ferries and Industrial ship transportation are moving fast to much cleaner fuels and LNG is the only full reasonable fuel they can use.
We can offer solutions on:
Standards and regulations for LNG bunkering exist and are being developed by organisations such as SIGTTO (Society of International Gas Tankers and Terminal Operators), OCIMF (Oil Companies International Marine Forum), IMO (International Maritime Organization), International Organization for Standardisation (ISO), EN (CEN – European Committee for Standardization) and the NFPA (National Fire Protection Association).
Liquid phase: Heavy duty fuel for trucks, buses, ships, mining industry…
Gas phase: Domestic or Industrial consumers.
Other Product & Services
When there is no Natural Gas Pipeline, you can deliver LNG (Liquid Natural Gas) from the source to the final user by a Virtual Pipeline.
The liquefaction Plant is the key point in the virtual pipeline because it’s an easier and cheaper way of transporting Natural Gas over long distances.
Truck loading facility
An LNG truck loading facility is the equipment to deliver to an LNG tanker the Liquid Natural Gas you have in a LNG Terminal Reception Plant.
The LNG is stored in tanks and transported by road tankers at a temperature of around -161°C and at a pressure between 1 and 3 bars.
Once received and offloaded, the LNG is returned to cryogenic storage tanks, where it is kept at a temperature around -161°C prior to regasification.
Natural gas fueling station
Today's vehicles are filled with different kinds of liquefied gas: methane (natural gas), propane, butane and their mixtures (so-called hydrocarbon gases)