Wes Amelie to Runon Synthetic Natural Gas

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Wes Amelie to Runon Synthetic Natural Gas

Wes Amelie to Runon Synthetic Natural Gas

MAN Energy Solutions and Wessels Marine GmbH have announced a technical showcase whereby the 2017-retrofitted Wes Amelie, a 1,036 TEU feeder container ship, will use liquefied Synthetic Natural Gas produced from renewable electrical energy as drop in fuel. The companies are cooperating on the Wes Amelie project with Nauticor, the LNG transportation company, and Unifeeder, the charter company. To demonstrate that SNG can successfully be used as shipping fuel, 20 of the 120 tons of LNG that the Wes Amelie typically uses per round trip will be replaced by climate-neutral SNG. As a result, CO2 emissions are expected to decline by 56 tons for this trip. Automobile manufacturer Audis Power-to-Gas facility in Werlte, where a liquefaction plant is currently under construction, will provide the SNG, which will be generated by wind energy and is thus 100% climate-neutral.....

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