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Ferries with alternative fuels

Ferries with alternative fuels

02-09-2014 10:00:00

On Monday September 8th, The Danish Society for Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering (DSNAME) will start its fall season with the event: Ferries in Denmark with alternative fuels (LNG and electric power). It is still possible to sign up.

The event will focus on the future environmental requirements for the SO2 and NOx emissions and alternative fuels for ferry operation:

• Danish Ferries A/S - Conversion to operate on LNG and battery operation in existing ferries by Johanes Johannesson, naval architect, Johannesson Ltd. & Hans-Henrik Simonsen, operations manager at Danish Ferries A/S

• The Samsø ferry - LNG Operating and bunker by Carøe Kristian Lind, OSK-Ship Tech A/S

• Scandlines Green agenda by Claus Nikolajsen, operations manager, Scandlines
Read the full program HERE or visit company's website HERE for the full season program.
Participation in the event, which runs from 16 to 18.30, is free, but registration is required. Registration for events is provided either by IDA appointment on telephone 3318 4818, or via the IDA website.

Source: The Danish Society for Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering

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