The world's first pure natural gas host ocean-going transport ship was built according to the plan of Tsuji Heavy Industry (Jian
On the morning of August 28, 2012, the world's first pure natural gas host ocean-going vessel was started construction at Tsuji Heavy Industry (Jiangsu) Co., Ltd. VIPs from Norwegian NOR LINES, DNV and related banks and their leaders and employees witnessed the official start of the world's first green-green vessel powered by natural gas instead of conventional diesel.
The pure natural gas power propulsion multi-purpose ocean-going transport vessel is designed and developed by Norwegian Nor Lines Company, which is designed and developed by the world-renowned ship design company Rolls-Royce Marine AS to save energy and reduce emissions according to the requirements of the Norwegian government.
The regulatory requirements for microbial emissions that pollute the atmosphere and the oceans reflect the high-tech, high-value-added, forward-looking new ship type. Compared with the traditional diesel engines of the same type, the natural gas host can achieve the goal of reducing emissions by 40%.
He won the 2011 European "New Generation Ship Type" Award. Tsuji Heavy Industry (Jiangsu) Co., Ltd. stood out from more than 20 shipyards in the world through multiple rounds of competition and won the bid to fully demonstrate the shipyard's leading technical capabilities in the industry.
The project signed a cooperation agreement in Shanghai on October 18, 2011, becoming one of the top ten news of China's shipbuilding industry in the same year. After one year of technical design and preparation, the project was cut to date as planned.