Greece's LNG engineering solutions provider, Helengi has revealed its LNG bunker feeder vessel Amaltheia during the recent Posidonia exhibition held in Athens.
"A state of the art vessel is the result of years of intensive engineering studies and it is the first time that Greek companies undertake such a demanding and complex design on this special type of vessel. Both Helengi and NAP Engineering teams display extensive expertise in Marine Engineering and LNG marine applications with
wide international experience in the sector," says a statement from the company.
Helengi Engineering and NAP Engineering have been collaborating on this unique innovative project which will boost shipbuilding sector bridging the present with the LNG future era.
The purpose of this vessel is to provide bunkering LNG services to the Port of Piraeus
as well as to feed with LNG fuel other ports such as Patras and Heraklion.
The Amaltheia has a capacity of 1400 cubic meters of LNG, however, the vessel can accommodate up to 2000 cubic meters, depending on requirements, Helengi said.
The company intends to develop more liquefied natural gas vessels with various capacities.