LNG Value Chain for Clean Shipping, Green Ports and Blue Growth in the Baltic Sea Region (GoLNG)

GoLNG project is the initiative that supports development of the LNG market in the Baltic Sea Region as well as aims to explore and utilize its full potential for various applications, including maritime, transport and energy. As the project contributes to implementation of the policies of the International Maritime Organization and the European Union’s concerning reduction of transport impacts upon air quality and climate as well as implementation of the alternative fuels’ infrastructure, GoLNG has been co-financed by INTERREG Baltic Sea Region Programme.

Project is being implemented since November 2015 until April 2019. Total budget of the project amounts to 3 053 763.75 EUR, including the ERDF co-financing amounting to 2 240 045.80 EUR.

Activities conducted within the project have been divided into several work packages:

  1. Project management and administration
  2. Blue Corridor Strategy
  3. Integrated LNG Value Chain
  4. BSR LNG Competence Centre
  5. BSR LNG Business Cluster

Project partnership is being constituted by the following institutions and organizations:

  1. Klaipeda Science and Technology Park – Lead Partner (Lithuania)
  2. Clean Shipping Index (Sweden)
  3. NPPE Klaipeda Shipping Research Centre (Lithuania)
  4. LC “Smiltynes perkela” (Lithuania)
  5. Institute for Sustainable Economics and Logistics (Germany)
  6. Blekinge Institute of Technology
  7. The Transport Innovation Network/The Maritime Development Center of Europe (Denmark)
  8. Municipality of Samsø (Denmark)
  9. OSK-ShipTech A/S (Denmark)
  10. Shipping&Offshore Network (Norway)
  11. Baltic Ports Organization (Estonia)
  12. Maritime University of Szczecin (Poland)
  13. SC Klaipedos Nafta (Lithuania)
  14. ATI erc GbhH (Germany)
  15. Logistics Initiative Hamburg (Germany)
  16. Swedish Martime Technology Forum (Sweden)
  17. Motus Foundation (Poland)

Baltic Ports Organization has been the member of the project responsible for the dissemination of the project results among the stakeholders representing maritime sector, especially the maritime ports of the Baltic Sea Region.

For more information concerning activities conducted within the project, please visit the News and Events sections of our website. Also, we kindly invite you to visit the main website of the GoLNG project at