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The company has signed a letter of intent with the Chinese Xiamen Shipbuilding Industry concerning an order for a brand-new ro-pax, to be delivered in the spring of 2020.
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has decided to impose a global 0.5% sulphur cap on ships' fuel on-board, effective as of January 1st, 2020.
The Finnish company has signed a contract with the Spanish shipyard LaNaval for the design and supply of LNG power and propulsion installation of Baleària's brand-new ferry.
Tallink has signed contracts with Eesti Gaas and Skangas for LNG-supplying its newest dual-fuel ferry Megastar in Estonia and Finland.
The Copenhagen-headquartered company has contracted the Chinese Jinling Shipyard for the delivery of two brand-new ro-ro vessels, with an option for four more.
Royal Caribbean Cruises has entrusted the Meyer Turku Shipyard with the building of two new Icon-class dual-fuel and fuel cells-equipped cruise ships.
During the GoLNG Polska! Seminar, organised on October 18th by the Motus Foundation, key Polish companies associated with Liquefied Natural Gas made a decision of establishing a country's LNG cluster.
The 90/10 JV between Bomin Linde LNG and Klaipedos nafta has chartered from Bernhard Schulte what's said to be up-to-date the world's biggest LNG bunker supply vessel.
The company, a subsidiary of the Swedish Erik Thun AB, has contracted the Dutch Ferus Smit shipyard for constructing four dual-fuel (LNG) coastal chemical tankers.