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Ayesa helps the Maritime Sector on the road to decarbonisation

Ayesa helps the Maritime Sector on the road to decarbonisation

In the picture: Joseba Inchaurraga (Vice President of International Relations at Ayesa) and Stefan Pardo (Director of Oil & Gas) with Laura Rejon Perez and Eugenia Bertrand from LNG Repsol.


Ayesa and Repsol partner on the Construction of LNG Terminals: Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Bunkering stations for the ports of Bilbao and Santander 

The maritime shipping sector heavily depends on fossil fuels, accounting for 3% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions. Despite this, it is considered the backbone of the global economy as it contributes to over 90% of the worldwide trade volume.

Many ports are now adapting their landside infrastructure to accommodate alternative fuels such as liquefied natural gas (LNG).
Currently, just 38% of European ports offer LNG refueling services, and a further 24% have plans to invest in infrastructure. By embracing alternative energy sources like LNG, ports can significantly reduce emissions of sulfur oxides (SOx), particulate matter (PM), CO2, and nitrogen oxides (NOx), thereby improving air quality. Additionally, LNG terminals can serve as energy hubs for receiving and storing green hydrogen, a crucial element in the ongoing energy transition.

Ayesa partners with client Repsol on the journey to Net-Zero

a prominent Spanish multinational energy company with a focus on renewable energy across 40 countries, has set a goal of reaching net-zero emissions across its operations by 2050. As part of this strategy, Repsol undertook the construction of a new LNG terminal in the ports of Bilbao and Santander, designed to provide a comprehensive "port-to-ship" service. This terminal project represents a significant milestone in Repsol's commitment to sustainability.

Ayesa's role:  Ayesa, a trusted partner in engineering and infrastructure development, was selected by Repsol to design, procure, and deliver this specialized LNG infrastructure. Our task was to create a flexible terminal design capable of accommodating various vessel types, all within a stringent two-year timeframe. Both terminals have secured co-financing from the European Commission through the CEF - Connecting Europe Facilities Programme, reinforcing the project's significance in the context of European energy and sustainability goals.

The collaboration between Repsol and Ayesa underscores the industry's collective effort to drive meaningful change and accelerate the adoption of cleaner, more sustainable fuels in the maritime shipping sector. Through strategic partnerships and innovative infrastructure solutions, the journey toward a greener future in global shipping is well underway.

Read more about the project on the Ayesa website here

Additionally, LNG terminals can serve as energy hubs for receiving and storing green hydrogen, a crucial element in the ongoing energy transition.'  


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