Singapore’s 1st LNG-powered bunker tanker delivered Credit: Sinanju Logistics Services

Singapore’s 1st LNG-powered bunker tanker delivered

Sinanju Tankers Holdings announced that it has taken delivery of Marine Vicky, Singapore's 1st LNG-powered bunker tanker. The vessel will now join the fleet and begin operations in Singapore within the first quarter of 2020.

“Marine Vicky” is a 103-metre long 19-m wide bunker tanker, equipped with a 55m3 LNG tank paired with a fuel gas supply system on deck for engine propulsion. It joined Sinanju’s 13-vessel bunker fleet in December 2019.

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The tanker will be the third dual-fuel vessel to be delivered by Keppel O&M, said Mr Tan Leong Peng, Executive Director (New Builds), Keppel O&M.

The dual-fuel technology enables more sustainable and economical operations, with more efficient fuel consumption, he noted.

The vessel was named 'Marine Vicky' at a ceremony that took place in Keppel Nantong, China, on 3 September.

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