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Danish ports focuses on LNG

Danish ports focuses on LNG

24-11-2014 12:00:00


New requirements for shipping on reducing emissions of SOx and NOx have made it necessary for Danish ports to turn to more environmentally friendly fuels such as liquefied natural gas to remain competitive with other European ports. Kosan Crisplant is hosting a knowledge-sharing seminar on Thursday, which will make ports and municipalities wiser on LNG.

At the seminar, experts from countries including Energy and Oil Forum, the Danish Maritime Authority, COWI, Q8 and Kosan Crisplant submit their bids for the development and the projected future demand for LNG. Through case studies, participants will gain insight in the experience from previous projects and be prepared to choose the right solutions. On the program, there is also discussed the possible LNG solutions for Danish ports and a status of current environmental regulations by the IMO.

Kosan Crisplant A/S is a project-oriented company providing facilities for loading and maintenance of gas cylinders, and provides after-sales services, engineering consulting and facility management. Since 1951, Kosan Crisplant A/S delivered 2,650 facilities in 129 countries worldwide. In 2015, Kosan Crisplant is to deliver an emission-free filling plant for the new Samsø ferry, Denmark's first LNG-fueled domestic ferry.

The seminar takes place on Thursday at Koldkærgård Conference Centre in Aarhus.

Source: Kosan Crisplant / Maritime Denmark


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