Netherlands-based MAN Rollo has delivered the first MAN Stage V generator sets for the Parsifal series LNG tankers built by Concordia Damen shipyard.

MAN Rollo equips Parsifal series LNG tankers with generator sets
Courtesy of MAN Rollo

MAN Rollo delivers three new Stage V generator sets to the Dutch shipyard. Namely, two LNG and one diesel set.

The MAN engines are therefore the first certified and delivered MAN engines for the 40 LNG-powered shipping tankers that Concordia Damen is building for JP. Morgan.

These fall under the Parsifal series, which represents a new generation of vessels to play a significant role in the maritime energy transition.

Shell will charter the dual-fuel barges and VT Group and Marlow will operate them.

MAN Rollo says that previously the engine sets successfully completed the factory acceptance test.

Three Stage V engines will be delivered every month for more than three years.

In total, MAN Rollo will supply 80 MAN E3262LE262 LNG sets of 495 electrical kilowatts in addition to diesel sets.

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