• Klaipėda LNG reloading station announces its symbolic start-up

    The LNG reloading station is intended to supply LNG for customers in the Baltic Sea region as well as promote the use of clean fuel for maritime operations and heavy vehicles, ensuring access to LNG for remote consumers.

  • Klaipėda will host Baltic Sea Region LNG Cluster B2B event

    Baltic Sea Region LNG Cluster meeting and special training, offered by BSR Competence Centre will take place in Klaipėda on 15-16th November 2017.

  • Production of the first LNG hybrid locomotive launched in Lithuania

    Members of the Baltic Sea Region LNG cluster, representing Lithuanian business organizations, and two science institutions signed LNG hybrid rail locomotive production agreement.

  • „Go LNG“ – among the winners of the Baltic Sea Clean Maritime Award!

    For the third time, the Baltic Sea Clean Maritime Award honourred outstanding eco-minded seafaring on the Baltic Sea. Project “LNG Value Chain for Clean Shipping, Green Ports & Blue Growth in the Baltic Sea Region” (Go LNG) won second prize in the „Innovation and Technology“ category.

  • „Go LNG“ will be present at the international „Nor-Shipping“ exhibition

    For more than 50 years Nor-Shipping has been activity-filled shipbuilding exhibition and maritime conference that attracts key maritime industry players from across the world. This year the event will be held on 30th May – 2nd June.

  • Small scale LNG – in focus on study trip to Bergen

    Representatives from Lithuania, Poland and Norway had the opportunity to learn more about small scale LNG infrastructure through a study trip.

  • LNG Terminal Engineering: an Opportunity for You

    "Energy independence": the phrase became a kind of a synonym for the liquified natural gas (LNG) terminal Independence, brought to Klaipėda in 2014. In general, energy experts have been increasingly frequently talking about the LNG energy as a growing and promising area. The fact is well known to Modestas Venckus bei Martynas Ambrutis, Klaipėda University students who are presently completing their first year of studies in the LNG Terminal Engineering study programme.

  • BSR countries have joined forces in establishing new cooperation platforms

    The agreements were signed on 26th of April during the conference “Go LNG – Building LNG competence and business partnership for the Baltic sea region”.

  • Baltic Sea region LNG cluster will be established in Vilnius

    Baltic Sea region LNG cluster and the LNG Competence Centre will be established in order to enhance international cooperation in the field of liquefied natural gas (LNG). Agreements on these cooperation platforms will be signed during the conference in Vilnius to be held on 26-27 April.

  • Lithuanian LNG cluster is launching new technology projects

    The Lithuanian Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) cluster, established a year ago, is successfully directing partnerships built within the framework of a platform to generate innovative solutions that will expand the applicability and facilitate the distribution of LNG.

  • 'BLUE BALTICS' – LNG value chain will interconnect four countries

    On 14 March, the 'Blue Baltics' project partners met for the first time in Klaipėda and discussed the infrastructure synchronisation of the Baltic Sea Region liquefied natural gas (LNG), perspectives, project progress.

  • LNG storage tanks on the way to the port of Klaipėda

    Three of five LNG storage tanks designed for an LNG reloading station at the port of Klaipėda have been shipped from Chart Ferox, a.s., the Czech manufacturer of LNG tanks. The project of the LNG reloading station is implemented by the operator of oil products and liquefied natural gas terminals KN (AB Klaipėdos Nafta).