We bridge the energy distribution gap with our jettyless marine solutions to accelerate the uptake of clean energy.探索无船承运人
Protect marine environments with low-impact jettyless solutions, leaving aquatic environments undisturbed.
Accelerate your energy project by enabling a speedier lead time and permit process with floating and low-impact terminals.
Our fluid agnostic IQuay® transfer solution is easily transportable and can be chartered to suit fluctuating market demands.
In May of 2021 ECOnnect Energy conducted an offshore marine LNG delivery with the IQuay jettyless transfer system together with Spanish utility company Naturgy Energy Group, and Finnish energy major Gasum. In addition to the LNG import from Gasum-chartered LNG carrier to an Air Liquide LNG terminal in Herøya, the operation also measured the flow rate, friction and pressure of LNG in the floating flexible hoses. This video details each step of the operation.
With proprietary technology suitable for ammonia, CO₂, hydrogen, LNG, and more, ECOnnect Energy is engaged in international projects:
ECOnnect Energy was founded to address the challenges and inefficiencies of traditional LNG offloading methods from ship to shore. Our core offerings remove the need for fixed and permanent infrastructure, such as quays, jetties, trestle structures and loading platforms, and our technology also transfers ammonia and liquid CO₂ for carbon capture.
Dredging and marine construction, which are both expensive and damaging to coastal areas, can be eliminated with ECOnnect Energy’s floating jettyless transfer solution.
ECOnnect Energy provides unique floating and low-impact technology, enabled by our IQuay jettyless transfer technology. Our IQuay is a cost effective and flexible alternative to CAPEX- and resource-intensive jetty constructions, simplifying project permitting applications and responding to strict environmental regulations. The IQuay can be applied to a wide range of vessels and terminals, for loading and offloading, transferring LNG, ammonia, bio LNG, hydrogen, CO₂ or any other liquid fluid.