The first methanol – fueled tanker

The first methanol-fuel tanker, Lindanger, was manufactured by the Hynudai Mipo shipyard in Ulsan, South Korea. The newly built vessel is the first methanol-fuelled vessel ever. It features a Hyundai – B&W 6G50ME-9.3 ME-LGI two-stroke 10,320 kW engine and can be propelled by methanol, fuel oil, diesel fuel, and gas fuel. Lindanger is the first of 7 vessels in the series which will be authorised by Waterfront Shipping by the end of 2016. Width: 32.2m Depth: 19.1 m Capacity: 49.999 dwt Speed: 15.8 knots Main engine: Hyundai – B&W 6G50ME-9.3 LGI Power: 10.320 kW at 100 rpm