The Japanese NYK Line has handed over the 5,200 of m3 capacity liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering vessel which will now supply fuel across the Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp region.
Green Zeebrugge (ex-Engie Zeebrugge) will join Titan LNG's fleet of two bunker barges, the FlexFuelers 001 and 002.
"We are excited to announce the chartering of the Green Zeebrugge. January has proven exceptionally busy, underlining the timeliness of our decision to secure this additional capacity. Titan LNG carried out seven LNG operations during one weekend, three of which were to large crude shuttle tankers from Equinor, a term contract partner of Titan's. Using the Green Zeebrugge we were able to ensure safe and timely deliveries to all the vessels," Michael Schaap, Commercial Director Marine, Titan LNG, commented.
Meanwhile, another of Titan LNG's vessels, the 8,000 m3-big Titan Hyperion, is nearing the final investment decision and could set sail in early 2023.
The company also says it will soon start supplying liquefied biogas (LBG) as well as is working on using green hydrogen to convert into E-Fuels (synthetic LG) for implementation in 2024.