2021 marks the start of Solvang´s most radical environmental project so far. Read more about how we operate our vessels and work to reduce our emissions.
Solvang´s full-scale testing of carbon capture and storage (CCS) could be a game changer in the struggle to decarbonize global freight and reach the 1.5 degrees climate goal.
As a pioneer in international shipping, Solvang signs a LOI with Wärtsilä to test full-scale Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) for maritime use. The long-term aim is to achieve a zero-emission deep-sea fleet.
Solvang’s new web pages are updated to accommodate content related to sustainability and green shipping in addition to information about vessels, cargo and operations.
Sustainability is central in Solvang´s annual report for 2020. This marks the first year Solvang publishes a comprehensive ESG report, documenting efforts and results in the environmental, social and governance sectors, based on the Global Reporting Initiative GRI. Read the Solvang Annual Report 2020 (pdf for desktop) Open the mobile version Although previously unpublished, Solvang…
Our new class of Tier III compliant ECO LPG carriers have earned Solvang a nomination for 2021 GREEN4SEA Technology Award. The prize goes to any organization that provided a significant technological achievement or breakthrough in environmental maritime activity. The vessel specification and detailed design is based on experience with our previous ECO design where we combine…
We were very pleased to be nominated for the 2019 bank-debt-deal of the year award, and even more pleased to be the actual winner. The Solvang group had a major reorganization completed at the end of 2018, going from a complicated structure with multiple partnership companies, to a corporate structure with most vessels owned…
October 30th and 31st Solvang participated at the annual Maritime Anti-Corruption Network meeting in London. The meeting covered a mix of plenary sessions and working group activities. On collective action, the following relevant topics were discussed: To expand and deepen our impact in Nigeria, MACN has received a four-year funding grant from the Danish Ministry…
We are very pleased to announce the delivery of Clipper Wilma on October 31st 2019 from Hyundai Heavy Industries.
We are very pleased to announce the delivery of Clipper Eris on September 18th 2019 from Hyundai Mipo Dockyard.
Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) combined with previous measures reduces NOx emissions from heavy fuel oil by up to 80 % in a typical LPG tanker. The concept is a potential game changer for Norwegian domestic shipping.
Our new class of ethylene carriers are the first HFO (Heavy Fuel Oil) fuelled TIER III* compliant ethylene carriers in the world. The vessel specification and detailed design is based on experience with our previous ECO design where we combine cost-effective means for minimizing the overall fuel consumption.
Tier III compliant Clipper Eirene off launch Korea May, 2019
Solvang and partners have today declared the two optional ships and signed the shipbuilding contract for the two additional 21.000 cbm ethylene carriers, increasing the order to a total of four 21.000 cbm ethylene carriers.
Solvang and partners have today signed the shipbuilding contract for two 21.000 cbm ethylene carriers, and have the option to extend the order with additional two vessels.
Solvangs head office has moved to new offices at Strandkaien 36 in the center of Stavanger. The reception is on the 4th floor.
Solvang and partners have today signed a LOI with Hyundai Mipo Dockyard for the construction of 2 firm + 2 optional 21.000 cbm ethylene carriers for delivery Q1 and Q2 2019.
Solvang’s new-builds (84k cbm) at Hyundai Heavy Industries (delivered 3rd amd 4 th quarter 2013) are two of the most fuel efficient LPG carriers ever built, in addition they are some of the world’s largest ships for transporting liquefied petroleum gas.
Solvang’s operation and commercial team has moved offices across the street from Haakon VII’s gt 1 to Haakon VII’s gt 6. The new offices are located on the 5th floor.
Effective as from 1st of January 2016, Solvang has decided to merge their fully owned subsidiary, International Gas Carriers (IGC), into the existing Solvang organisation. All personnel previously employed by IGC will now be employed by Solvang, and will continue to perform the chartering and operation of the Solvang fleet as before
Solvang has now taken delivery of the vessel “Odin”, a MGC of 38.000cbm built in 2005.
Solvang ASA and partners have signed a contract with Hyundai Heavy Industries in Korea, for the construction of two 78.700 cbm LPG carriers.
Solvang has now taken delivery of the third and last of the three Large Gas Carriers (LGC) being constructed at Hyundai Heavy Industries in South Korea.
Solvang has requested the Evergas Solvang Ethylene (ESE) joint venture to be dissolved. For practical purposes, the partners have now agreed to operate with business as usual up to 31 December 2013 to fulfill all the contractual obligations currently held by ESE joint venture. Both parties are free to compete immediately on any new business with contractual start-up from January 1st 2014.
Solvang has ordered from Hyundai Heavy Industries two LGC vessels (60,000 cbm), with a third optional vessel declarable within 6 months. The two firm vessels will be delivered in March and May 2015, and the optional vessel has delivery in July 2015.