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Iran’s most strategic bunkering project has become operational in the Persian Gulf island of Qeshm. The project is expected to turn the country into a regional bunkering hub. Watch Live: http://www.presstv.com/live.html Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel Dailymotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/presstv
It is the simplest things that go wrong at sea and a routine activity like taking bunkers on board is a potential danger for any ship simply because it is done so often. Visit http://www.walport.com for more information. The world expects every seafarer to be a professional, whatever his task. This fast moving cleverly edited safety training film shows a real bunkering operation in the Arabian Gulf. It shows the right way to plan to take bunkers on-board, and points out the danger areas.
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LNG bunkering serves to supply liquefied natural gas to vessels and improves the quality of life especially around ports and river networks. LNG as fuel for ships is an ecological alternative because it helps to reduce the air pollution emissions.
GAZPROM Germania GmbH has supplied a ship with liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the port of Rostock, Germany – the first LNG bunkering ever in the southern Baltic Sea. The M.V. Greenland, a 110-metre cement carrier operated by the Norwegian shipping company KGJ Cement AS, was the vessel bunkered in coordination with the shipping agent Sartori & Berger in the early hours of 27 February. To make this possible, the natural gas was cooled to -160 °C and transported to Rostock by road tanker. The event demonstrated that Germany’s largest Baltic Sea port is capable of bunkering ships with LNG. Learn more: https://www.gazprom-germania.de/en/media/media-centre/press-release/rostock-port-ready-to-bunker-ships-with-lng.html https://www.gazprom-germania.de/en/business-areas/natural-gas-for-trans...
Hellenic Seaways ' Hellenic Wind arriving at Piraeus Port on 11/5/2013 after her trial at Saronic Gulf.After bunkering,the Hellenic Wind left Piraeus Port in order to go at Portugal where she travels under charter from Atlanticoline along with Express Santorini Visit our website http://www.pireaspiraeus.com More ships videos per category : Ferries: : http://bit.ly/piraeusferries Cruise: http://bit.ly/piraeuscruiseships1 - http://bit.ly/piraeuscruiseships2 Tugs : http://bit.ly/piraeustugs Tankers: http://bit.ly/piraeustankers War Ships: http://bit.ly/piraeuswarships Containerships: http://bit.ly/piraeuscontainerships Vehicle carriers: http://bit.ly/piraeuspcc Hellenic Navy: http://bit.ly/piraeushn Hellenic Coast Guard: http://bit.ly/piraeushcg Yachts: http://bit.ly/piraeusyachts C...
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To meet the world's future energy demand, expected to double by 2050, more of all forms of energy will be needed to supply all sectors. As the global demand for transportation fuel grows, we believe a range of different vehicle and fuel options will be required. While markets will vary in terms of their choices, LNG is now one of those transport fuel options. LNG as a transportation fuel has the potential to provide economic and environmental benefits for operators of fleets of heavy-duty trucks, ships and trains as well as other industrial vehicles such as those in the mining sector. For heavy duty truck operators facing a challenging economic climate, LNG could be a cost competitive fuel option, particularly for those looking to invest in a new fleet. LNG also has the potential to deli...
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The Board of Directors of Belgium has approved the companys results for the year ending December 31, 2009, which, it said, was in line with the results announced at the end of January 2010. The Aegean Marine Petroleum Network has completed its previously announced acquisition of Verbeke Bunkering, a leading physical supplier of marine fuel in the Antwerp-Rotterdam-Amsterdam (ARA) region, the world's second largest bunkering market. Chinese and Korean yards will be getting more orders for liquefied natural gas (LNG) vessels, according to a Bloomberg report.
(www.abndigital.com) Recent incidents of oil pipeline sabotage and its implications hold serious threats for national security in Nigeria. A recent study commissioned by Royal Dutch Shell put the amount of oil stolen each year by vandals in Nigeria at between 100 million and 250 million barrels. Joining us now from London on the impact of bunkering on an oil economy is Dave Ernsberger, Global Director for Oil at energy and metals company Platts.