Gasum’s LNG bunker provide vessel, Kairos, has been sub-leased exterior the corporate since October 2022, however has now returned to Gasum’s personal bunkering fleet. This will increase Gasum’s bunkering capability within the Northwest Europe bunker market.
Quantity progress within the maritime LNG bunkering phase have been gathering pace steadily throughout 2023 and is predicted to additional choose up tempo in direction of the top of the yr. Having Kairos again will increase Gasum’s capacity to serve its maritime LNG and bio-LNG clients as successfully as doable.
Kairos has a capability of 7500 m3 and is provided with a dual-fuel engine utilizing LNG as major gas, and a spread of technical options to have the ability to serve a variety of marine clients and LNG terminals.
The ship has been designed to produce LNG to numerous sorts and sizes of vessels in any respect doable bunkering areas in Northwest Europe. The vessel can provide LNG with a switch fee from 60 m3/hr as much as 1250 m3/hr.
The ship’s cranes have a spread of as much as 30 m, which permits the vessel to serve even the biggest clients available in the market. Kairos is ready to function beneath harsh climate circumstances and at excessive sea, as a result of vessel being DP2 licensed and constructed to ice class 1A.
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