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Japanese Shipping Firm K Line Takes Delivery of LNG Dual-Fuel Bulker, Cape Hayate

https://tdl.ink/p/655

wrote by Raghib . (17 days ago)

https://www.offshore-energy.biz/k-line-welcomes-first-lng-dual-fuel-capesize-bulker/

Cape Hayate, a liquefied natural gas (LNG) dual-fuel bulk carrier, has been delivered to Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line) by Japan Marine United at their Tsu shipyard. The vessel, delivered on May 30, 2024, boasts a length of nearly 300 meters, a width of 50 meters, a draft of 18 meters, and a deadweight tonnage of 210,000. Classified by ClassNK, Cape Hayate will sail under the Japanese flag.Cape Hayate marks a significant milestone as the first Capesize bulk carrier in K Line's fleet to feature a dual-fuel diesel engine utilizing LNG as its primary fuel.

K Line anticipates that using LNG will reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 25-30%, sulfur oxide (SOx) emissions by nearly 100%, and nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions by approximately 75%, aligning with the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) Tier III NOx regulations. The vessel is equipped with the 7X62DF-2.1 iCER dual-fuel electronic control engine, developed by WinGD, designed to minimize methane slip during LNG operation. Furthermore, K Line intends to enhance the vessel's environmental performance by installing Seawing, an automated kite system harnessing wind power, to further its commitment to carbon-free technology.

 

 

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