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Monday, February 22, 2021 

Sea-LNG reports that its member companies Jax LNG and Tote Services recently completed the first ship-to-ship LNG bunkering of a foreign-flagged vessel at the Jacksonville Port Authority (Jaxport).

Crews loaded 1,800m3 of LNG from North America’s first LNG bunker barge, the Clean Jacksonville, to the LNG-powered vehicle carrier, Siem Confucius, at Jaxport’s Blount Island Marine Terminal.

In preparation for the bunkering, Jax LNG worked closely with Tote Services to utilise the Clean Jacksonville while also gaining acceptance from the US Coast Guard to perform the bunkering during all potential cargo loading conditions. After loading at the Jax LNG facility, the Clean Jacksonville manoeuvred alongside Siem Confucius to perform the milestone fuel transfer.

Tote Services operates the Clean Jacksonville and has successfully performed more than 150 bunkering events for Tote’s Marlin class vessels, the world’s first LNG-powered container ships.

“This commercial bunkering is a major milestone for Tote Services and a significant step toward supporting clean fueled vessels operating around the world,” said Tote Services President Jeff Dixon. “Tote Services’ significant experience with LNG – combined with our technical expertise and commitment to safety – allows us to assist other customers adopting use of the cleanest, most readily available fuel for shipping today and into the future.”

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