Fuelling the future with LNG

The Port of Rotterdam is the European import, (re)export and regasification hub for Liquefied Natural Gas. Since 2011 LNG-tankers can transship their cargo to three storage tanks at the Gate terminal. After regasification, LNG is transported through pipelines from these tanks to the Dutch and Europe...



New insights and perspectives can come from anywhere. Here we collect all sorts of short stories that contain a change of perspective, such as the latest innovations, inspiring interviews, news items and more.


iTanks achieves breakthrough in welding safety

by Angela Hulst

iTanks, the motor of innovation in the port of Rotterdam, has teamed up with independent research organization TNO and the Dutch welding torch manufacturer Translas to develop a welding torch with a build-in fumes extraction and filtration ...

Rotterdam supplies Oasis of the Seas

by Jan Koedood
S5 Agency World Rotterdam

Last week the Oasis of the Seas, the biggest passenger vessel in the world departed from Rotterdam after a two-week maintenance period. The cruise vessel of cruise liner Royal Caribbean International didn’t just leave with a new engine and ...

Too good to waste

by Editor
Port of Rotterdam Authority

Rising numbers of people, organizations and sectors are taking responsibility for their own waste and that applies to the shipping industry as well. The Port of Rotterdam Authority facilitates the efficient collection, transportation and pr...
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