LNG bunker fuel supplier Titan on Wendesday (12 April) said it completed its first ship-to-ship (STS) bunkering operation on one of NYK’s vessels.
The operation was successfully executed on 8 April in the Port of Antwerp-Bruges in Belgium.
The LNG Bunkering Vessel (LBV) Optimus, operated by Titan, completed the LNG bunker delivery on the LNG-fuelled Pure Car and Truck Carrier (PCTC) Jasmine Leader from NYK.
“This operation corresponds to the first one of a term contract Titan has with the recognised logistics solutions provider, NYK. We are very proud of this milestone since it represents the beginning of a long relationship with this prominent line,” Titan said in a social media post.
“This operation would not have been possible without the close cooperation between all parties. We, therefore, thank everyone involved in this successful operation. NYK Line and Port of Antwerp-Bruges.”
Manifold Times previously reported NYK, FueLNG , a joint venture between Keppel Offshore & Marine Ltd and Shell Eastern Petroleum (Pte) Ltd, completing the first bunkering to Jasmine Leader in Singapore.
NYK’s Jasmine Leader, one of the largest PCTC vessels in the world, successfully completed her LNG bunkering with FueLNG Bellina on 8 March 2023.
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Photo credit: Titan
Published: 13 April, 2023
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