Klaveness and Unifeeder test alternative fuels on vessels in operation

While Unifeeder is testing synthetic natural gas (SNG) on one of its ships, another vessel from Norwegian Klaveness is refueled with 30 percent biofuel. The attempts are expected to pave the way for sustainable shipping.

Engebret Dahm, CEO of Klaveness Combination Carriers | Photo: Klaveness Combination Carriers

Carriers are well into the process of testing alternative fuels on their vessels to aid the transition towards sustainable shipping.

Unifeeder vessel ElbBlue was refueled with a mix of SNG (syntheteic liquified natural gas) and LNG (liquified natural gas) to test the alternative fuels on a sailing to St. Petersburg.

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