By Richard Hepworth, President of Trelleborg’s marine systems operation
Trelleborg’s marine systems operation will showcase its Universal Safety Link (USL) technology at the 6th annual LNG Bunkering Summit (29 -31 January) in Amsterdam.
The LNG Bunkering Summit brings together global players from leading ports, LNG terminal operators, ship operators, ship owners, LNG suppliers, and LNG technology providers to develop strategic partnerships and common strategy to drive the LNG Bunkering market forward. The three-day event will provide attendees with perspectives across the entire supply chain on decision making, planning, development, operation, safety and training processes that have allowed them to successfully move forward in the LNG Bunkering market.
With more LNG capacity coming on stream year on year we are seeing increasing demand not just for large scale transportation of cargoes but also for more FSRU applications and of course the growth of LNG bunkering and fueling for marine vessels. All of these applications have in common one key requirement. The safe, efficient and timely transfer of LNG from one tank system to another. One key critical element in achieving this is the ship-shore interface.
Paul Radage, Sales Director at Trelleborg’s marine systems operation UK, will take to the stage to discuss the importance of ship-shore link systems and the requirement to ensure that newly installed systems remain compatible not only with each other but also with the existing installed base.
The safe, efficient transportation and transfer of LNG as a cargo has had an enviable safety record over its 40 year history. We have all, at some point, had a part to play in delivering that record and during the LNG Bunkering Summit we will learn from each other about how we will seek to maintain this record while rising to the new challenges and applications the industry presents.
For more information about The LNG Bunkering Summit or to register your attendance, visit: https://lngbunkering.iqpc.co.uk/