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Family-owned shipping company Terntank is expanding its fleet with an order for 1+1 of the next-generation oil and chemical tanker with wind-assisted propulsion and dual-fuel engine capable of operating on MGO, biofuels, and methanol.
the 15,000 dwt vessel will be equipped with Hybrid Solution Plus features, including a methanol-powered engine, wind-assisted propulsion, a hybrid battery system, and on-shore power.

The vessel is scheduled for delivery in the first quarter of 2027.

Leveraging insights from nine CMJL SERIES vessels, the latest addition promises further CO2 emission reductions, steering Terntank closer to its net-zero ambition with an Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI) well below the 2025 Phase 3 requirements, the company explained.

“Its 14-segregation design optimizes bio feedstock and finished goods transport, supporting customer sustainability goals. Capable of operating on advanced low GWP fuels like green methanol and e-methanol, this vessel is crucial to achieving our zero-emission goal by 2040,” Terntank said.

The newest addition, revealed on March 26, 2024, follows Terntank’s previous announcements of three similar dual-fuel tankers scheduled for delivery in 2025, designed by Kongsberg and currently under construction at China Merchants Jinling Shipyard, Yangzhou.

Terntank noted that this will be the company’s tenth vessel from the shipyard.

”We are thrilled to announce this new order, further solidifying our position at the forefront of sustainable shipping practices,” said Tryggve, Rigmor, Annika, and John, owners of Terntank.