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Workshop „LNG powered ships - the future of the clean shipping”


LNG as a fuel is proven and available commercial solution. LNG offers huge advantages, especially for ships in the light of emission regulations. Conventional oil-based fuels will remain the main fuel option for most vessels in the near future, and, at the same time, the commercial opportunities of LNG are interesting for many new build projects.

We are looking forward to see you at the workshop „LNG powered ships - the future of the clean shipping" on 14th October 2016, at Klaipeda Science and Technology Park, Vilhelmo Berbomo str. 10 -101 (Conference hall), LT-92221 Klaipėda.

Please find the agenda of the seminar

Please register online before 12th October, 2016 under: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdlf8OfNI0BKGscm_MvlzopQSLkeDd3IZbnVXrfQN4-HXCnsQ/viewform

Contact for information:

Andrius Sutnikas, Communication Manager
Klaipeda Science and Technology Park
Mob. tel. +370 686 37681, e-mail projects@kmtp.lt


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Testimonials about 10 years of cooperation with KMTP

We are on the move and we are glad that our work is valued, there is no need to prove to anybody that in global modern space only those may remain who bravely implement innovative ideas, apply them in business. It is important for us that our Park community would strengthen and we all would gradually grow, the geography of our activities would broaden, while enterprises were happy by that what we can provide ... I would like to thank everyone who was with us for ten years by the words of French philosopher Blaise Pascal: ‘The past and present are our means: the future alone is our goal..."


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Roma Stubrienė

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