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Gunnar Helmen

Sales Manager, LNG
p. +47 475 09 048
gunnar.helmen@gasum.com

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LNG is the cleanest alternative for marine fuel

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Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) is the cleanest available marine fuel; one that is rapidly becoming more common as a cost-effective alternative. LNG is suitable for all vessel types, including ferries, passenger ships, tankers, bulk, supply and containerships.

LNG as a marine fuel meets all the current and forthcoming IMO and EU regulations. Switching to LNG means complete removal of Sox and particles, and reduction of Nox emissions of up to 85 percent. LNG also reduces CO2 emissions by at least 20 percent.

We offer reliable and flexible bunkering services

We offer safe, swift LNG bunkering services in the Baltic Sea, North Sea and in the ARA Region. Bunkering may take place from shore-to-ship, truck-to-ship or ship-to-ship, depending on your sailing route, timetable and fuel needs.

We strive to be in the forefront of developing operational procedures, technical solutions, and risk and safety assessments. We work together with our customers and other organizations to share and implement best practices.

We also offer high quality, professional training of your personnel. Gasum Sales Managers will be your contact person to help you achieve your fuel goals.

LNG is a cost-effective marine fuel

  • Competitively priced long term compared to other fuels

  • Higher energy content

  • Lower operational and maintenance costs

  • Safe and proven technology

Contact us and we will help you to meet the best possible solution. If you are interested pleace check also more about our supply chain in the Nordics.

Ship-to-ship bunkering makes shipping smoother

Taking place at sea, this refuelling method helps reduce port calls and make shipping smoother. In ship-to-ship bunkering, the vessels are connected to each other with special winches for quick and safe operations. LNG bunkering from ship to ship is available in the Baltic Sea, North Sea and Skagerrak area. 

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