Keppel to hand over Russia's first LNG bunkering vessel
The vessel will be the fourth built in house by Keppel Offshore & Marine.
Keppel Offshore & Marine recently delivered Russia’s first Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) bunkering vessel.
The 5,800m3 Dmitry Mendeleev was dispatched to Shturnman Koshelev with a perfect safety record and is also compliant with Arc 4 and Ice Class 1A notations from the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping and Bureau Veritas.
Keppel O&M Managing Director Tal Leong Peng focused on the benefits of this vessel on their push for clean energy.
“LNG is an important part of the clean energy transition and increasingly adopted as a marine fuel. By combining our expertise in LNG and in building ice-class vessels, we are able to provide reliable and more sustainable solutions for the Arctic region.”