LNG consolidates as an alternative for decarbonisation in the maritime sector

Event at the EU Representation in Spain, CORE LNGas hive Ports as an energy bridge to decarbonise Europe”. Ports of State and Enagás points out the importance for energy transition around ports.

Link to press release

Link to recorded streaming.

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Decarbonising Maritime Transport: LNGhive-Algeciras

On November 5th, the Port Authority of Algeciras Bay (APBA) hosted the event “Decarbonising Maritime Transport” to present the progress of the LNGhive initiative and, in particular, the LNGhive2-Algeciras project, consisting of the construction of a liquefied natural gas bunkering barge with a capacity of 12,500m3. More info, keep reading

Presentation By CORE LNGas hive Coordinator, and Enagás General Manager, Fernando Impuesto (Only in Spanish)

Presentation by Peninsula at the event (only in Spanish)

Presentation by APBA at the event

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Newsletter 12

The European Commission supports new projects to supply LNG to ships in Spanish ports

Link to press release

Link to information from European Commission

Webinar: “Introducing Simlog’s LNG Supply Chain Tool Update and New Features

More information and registering (only in Spanish)

Link to video of the webinar (only in Spanish)

Link to article Transporte XXI (only in Spanish)

Astilleros de Murueta carries out sea trials on the vessel “Ibaizabal Quince”, following the supply of LNG by Molgas Energía.

Link to article of Transporte XXI (only in Spanish)


Bunkering operations supplying liquefied natural gas (LNG) to ships tripled in 2019 in Spain

195 LNG bunkering operations were carried out in 2019, 135 more than in 2018

Spain stands as a benchmark in the supply of LNG as fuel for ships and LNG bunkering gains flexibility through multi truck-to-ship operations

There are 175 LNG vessels operating in the world, 22% more than in 2018

Link to press release Bunkering operations supplying LNG to ships tripled in 2019 in Spain