Finland’s Hamina LNG Terminal Hosts First-Ever Ship Bunkering

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Hamina LNG, the terminal’s operator, revealed on social media that the ship bunkering was completed this week in cooperation with Rohe Solutions and Glander International Bunkering.

Ships growing

The operator said that since the amount of ships that run on LNG/LBG is growing, it is a benefit when bunkering is done using a refuelling arm at its berth, adding that the end result will be a full tank and colder LNG, directly from storage.

Commenting on the availability of spot capacity during April-June 2024, Hamina LNG noted: “At the moment storage booking level is high, however, from April onwards there is still space…”

First commercial carrier

The terminal received its first commercial LNG carrier in October 2022, shortly after it had started supplying natural gas to the grid, following the cooldown procedure and commissioning tests of the systems and equipment.

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Source : Lngprime