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  • 27 October 2011

    On 18.10.2011 Brunsbüttel Ports GmbH and Gasnor AS (LNG market leader in Norway) agreed on bunkering vessels with LNG in the Elbehafen at Brunsbüttel, Germany. With this important step they are leading the way in offering LNG fuel at Brunsbüttel and the Northern German area, at the crossing of the river Elbe and the Kiel-Canal. […]

  • 21 January 2015
    Project & Tenders

    VTG Aktiengesellschaft said it signed an agreement with Brunsbüttel Ports, in which both parties reaffirmed their commitment to the promising and environmentally-friendly energy source, liquefied natural gas.

  • 21 January 2015
    Project & Tenders

    VTG Aktiengesellschaft said it signed an agreement with Brunsbüttel Ports, in which both parties reaffirmed their commitment to the promising and environmentally-friendly energy source, liquefied natural gas.

  • 26 April 2016

    VTG of Germany, in cooperation with Chart Ferox and Primagas on Monday said it has loaded an LNG tank car with liquefied natural gas at Brunsbüttel Ports’ Elbe port.

  • 4 October 2019
    Business & Finance

    The operation represents a milestone for the establishment of LNG as marine fuel in Germany.

  • 27 October 2011
    Business & Finance

    On 18.10.2011 Brunsbüttel Ports GmbH and Gasnor AS (LNG market leader in Norway) agreed on bunkering vessels with LNG in the Elbehafen at Brunsbüttel, Germany. With this important step they are leading the way in offering LNG fuel at Brunsbüttel and the Northern German area, at the crossing of the river Elbe and the Kiel-Canal. […]

  • 12 July 2017

    Gasunie said its joint venture with Oiltanking and Vopak has acquired Europen Commission’s approval to create an LNG joint venture planning to build an LNG terminal in Germany. 

  • 4 October 2019
    Vessels

    Hamburg-based Nauticor, a unit of Linde, conducted the first ship-to-ship LNG bunkering operation in at the Elbehafen Brunsbüttel, part of Brunsbüttel Ports, the first at a German port.

  • 1 May 2020
    Ports & Logistics

    Hamburg-based Nauticor said its bunker vessel Kairos completed the bunkering of DEME’s LNG-fueled dredged Scheldt River.

  • 14 February 2018
    Business & Finance

    Dredger Scheldt River receives LNG fuel in Germany’s largest LNG bunkering operation.

  • 17 September 2012

    Brunsbüttel Ports will offer solutions for the supply chain as well as experience and expertise in large-component handling at Husum WindEnergy 2012, the leading wind energy trade fair. On stand 4E15 the port group will present their range of services specially designed for the wind energy industry together with the SCHRAMM group. As a part […]

  • 6 January 2012

    Leaving behind a very successful business year, Brunsbüttel Ports is planning its further expansion. The essential focus of their activities will still be directed towards logistics services for onshore and offshore wind power. Brunsbüttel Ports is constantly transporting wind elements as it has recently did for Enercon. In a short period of time, this port […]

  • 12 June 2014
    Business & Finance

    At the beginning of June the Budgetary Committee of the German Federal Parliament allocated $359m for the widening of the Eastern section of the Kiel Canal. The committee had already approved $657m for construction of a fifth lock in Brunsbüttel in April this year. To speed up the remaining planning and tendering for the widening, the first […]

  • 2 November 2012

    Two 395 tonne transformers for the SylWin1 substation were loaded at the Brunsbüttel Ports by the ENAK floating crane. The transport began from the manufacturer Siemens in Nuremberg led by barge “Timaja” over the waterway to Brunsbüttel, where the transformers were removed and placed on a lift truck. Frank Schnabel, Managing Director of Brunsbüttel Ports, […]

  • 2 November 2012

    Two 395 tonne transformers for the SylWin1 substation were loaded at the Brunsbüttel Ports by the ENAK floating crane. The transport began from the manufacturer Siemens in Nuremberg led by barge “Timaja” over the waterway to Brunsbüttel, where the transformers were removed and placed on a lift truck. Frank Schnabel, Managing Director of Brunsbüttel Ports, […]

  • 30 March 2020
    Infrastructure, Ports & Logistics

    German LNG Terminal, the joint venture behind the LNG terminal project in Brunsbuettel, Northern Germany, is ready to sign heads of agreements. Speaking to a German business journal, German LNG Terminal spokesperson, Katja Freitag noted the project is attracting strong interest, with Brunsbüttel emerging as the “ideal geographical location.” German LNG Terminal is a joint […]

  • 30 March 2020

    German LNG Terminal, the joint venture behind the LNG terminal project in Brunsbuettel, Northern Germany, is ready to sign heads of agreements.

  • 1 February 2017
    Vessels

    LNG-fueled cement carrier, Ireland, became the first vessel to bunker liquefied natural gas in the Elbe port of Brunsbüttel.

  • 23 June 2019

    Anadarko sanctions Mozambique LNG construction U.S. independent Anadarko and its co-venturers in Mozambique’s Offshore Area 1 have reached the final investment decision (FID) on Area 1 Mozambique LNG project. Saga LNG Shipping’s mid-size carrier completes gas trials Singapore-based Saga LNG Shipping completed the gas trials for its new LNG carrier, Saga Dawn, on Sunday, June […]

  • 31 May 2012

    Gasnor and Brunsbüttel Port are planning to build an LNG bunker station at Brunsbüttel, Germany. DNV has been contracted to conduct the risk studies of the project, which will be the basis for the authorities’ approval of the project. With this important step Gasnor and Brunsbüttel Port are leading the way in offering LNG fuel […]

  • 31 May 2012
    Business & Finance

    Gasnor and Brunsbüttel Port are planning to build an LNG (liquefied natural gas) bunker station at Brunsbüttel, Germany. DNV has been contracted to conduct the risk studies of the project, which will be the basis for the authorities’ approval of the project. With this important step Gasnor and Brunsbüttel Port are leading the way in […]

  • 20 April 2016

    A 24-hour strike action at the German Brunsbüttel locks could cause some delays in vessel traffic during nighttime operations, German GAC agent Sartori & Berger told World Maritime News. The strike, organized by by German workers’ union ver.di, is scheduled to start at 6 am local time on April 21, and is expected to end on April 22. Regarding the daytime vessel […]