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17 February 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 12:55 GMT+1

November 7, 2019

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Reunited tugs Panfido have ordered to Marino Rosettes an innovative unit for the bunkeraggio of GNL

Prototype planned from the Iberian Sener

The Venetian Reunited Tugs Panfido has recently ordered to the ship yard Marino Rosettes of Ravenna the construction of naval means composed by two unit: a Power Unit from almost 7,000 CV and one Unit Cargo for the refueling of which liquified natural gas to the ships that, in theirs with, will constitute an innovative system arranged for called bunkeraggio SBBT (Seed Barge Transporter). The design of this prototype will be realized by the society of ingegneristica planning Iberian Sener that has in the past years of experience in projects legacies to the GNL.

The two Italian companies have specified that the construction of the SBBT takes part of a group of projects called Poseidon MED II that is co-financed by the European Union and that it has as object the innovation in the within of the distribution and the production of the GNL.

The Power Unit will be equipped of a Voith-Shneider propulsion with a force of shooting of 65 tons with a Niigata engine duaI-fuel (GNL natural Gas Which liquified and MDC - Marine Dieset Oil) and will have a lenght overall of 37 meters. The Power Unit will be coupled to a Unit Cargo for bunkeraggi of the dimensions of about 86,4 for 26,7 meters with a cargo ability of 4.000 cubic metres of GNL (maintained to liquid state) and 1,000 cubic metres of diesel oil.

The SBBT will operate mainly in the zone of the North-Adriatic, but it will be also the first boat of this type to being employed in all Mediterranean.

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