The LNG pilot aims to reduce the emission of CO2 by exploring the possibility of building an LNG Terminal and bunkering system, that will provide an alternative to heavy fuel driven vessels, local production factories and potentially road transportation. 

Existing and future Air Pollution Emission Control requirements have great impact on the production and operation of all kinds of premises and machinery, such as factories, vehicles, vessels etc. Many businesses are currently being strongly encouraged or even forced by local authorities and/or EU regulations to significantly lower their air emissions. 

Numerous companies, ship- and truck owners etc. are evaluating and planning  to change their production methods and propulsion systems to operate cleaner fuel, such as Liquefied Natural Gas.  LNG is a very clean fuel which is expected to help reduce CO2 emissions by 40%.

The Port of Skagen will be hosting an LNG Workshop in September, where stakeholders, companies of interest and the partnership of DUAL Ports is invited. Would you like to join the workshop, and give your input, or perhaps learn more about the possibilities - then take a look here and learn more about the workshop


  Key Pilot working group

     Port of Skagen