LNG stands for liquefied natural gas, natural gas transformed into a liquid state through a cooling process. In its liquid form, natural gas has a significantly smaller volume for export, shipping, and storage. It is a low-emission, clean-burning fossil fuel that can be used for marine propulsion and transportation and regasified after delivery to a terminal.
- Produces significantly lower SOx, CO2, NOx and particulate matter emissions compared to fuel oils
- LNG is considered to be an excellent bridging fuel during the ongoing energy transition
- Availability of LNG as bunker fuel is increasing quickly
- Managing methane slip Read more
Watch the video and find out, what our expert Dr. Gunnar Stiesch, is saying about methane, methane slip and why it is so important to address in the marine business.
Watch our two-stroke senior specialist Niels Kjemtrup explaining the differences between Otto and Diesel cycle with regards to methane slip.
In this session, our expert Niels Kjemtrup is explaining how methane slip can be measured on the two-stroke side.
This session explains why it is so important to measure the methane slip in the entire load range
Watch Niels Kjemtrup’s statement and find out why the MAN B&W ME-GI two-stroke engine is the perfect fit if negligible methane slip is your focus area.
Solutions / technologies by MAN Energy Solutions:
LNGC-optimized designs of ME-GI engines and fuel gas supply systemspdf, 7933 KBThe new ME-GI platform sets the new industrial standard for two-stroke propulsion engines in liquefied natural gas carriers (LNGC) and other aspects of commercial shipping. The advantages of combining the ME-GI engine with different optimized fuel gas supply configurations, as described in this paper, are highly efficient and cost-competitive propulsion solutions.