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The Spanish energy provider Molgas Energía bunkered 40 metric tonnes of the so-called ‘clean gas’ at the northern Spanish port, COO Juan Menchero tells Bunkerspot.

The LNG-fuelled cement carrier MV Ireland was bunkered in a tank-to-ship operation which lasted 5 hours on the 4 May, Molgas Energía confirmed. The bunkering follows a similar operation involving the cement carrier carried out at the neighbouring Port of Bilbao in March.

MV Ireland also participated in the first LNG bunker delivery at the Port of Brunsbüttel. The vessel is the second in a series of two built for JT Cement, a joint venture between Erik Thun AB and KG Jebsen Cement from Norway. The vessel’s sister ship, MV Greenland was delivered in December 2015.

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