Dutch yards are building LNG-fuelled vesselsTaken from: Tanker Shipping & Trade June/July 2012
Construction has begun on the first of two LNG-fuelled tankers at Peters Shipyards in the Netherlands. The two vessels will be used by Interstream Barging for oil product trade for companies such as Shell in Dutch inland waters.
The gas-fuelled, electrically-powered vessels are part of the LNG Greenstream Tanker project. They will be fitted with four Peters power pack engines to drive the propulsion. Interstream Barging chief executive Pieter Peeters believes.
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