来源：Seatrade Maritime 2018-02-02
翻译：国际海事信息网 宋文烨 张运鸿
Port of Gothenburg building land-based LNG bunkering facility
The Port of Gothenburg is building a landside LNG bunkering facility as use of LNG as a marine fuel continues to gain traction.
Ground has been broken on the facility which will see LNG arriving at the terminal by tankers or containers and distributed via a 450-metre vacuum-insulated cryogenic pipeline to the quayside. The facility is expected to be operational within 2018.
The first LNG bunkering was performed in the Port of Gothenburg in 2016 and today it offers ship-to-ship LNG refueling by Skangas, who will now be joined by Swedegas.
“With both Skangas and Swedegas operating at the Port of Gothenburg, we have two companies that complement each other with different offerings. Shipping lines now have a further incentive to consider switching to LNG,” said Jill Söderwall, vp and head of commercial operations at Gotenburg’s Energy Port.