Mr George Polychroniou, Executive Director Strategy and Business Development DEPA COMMERCIAL, and Project Manager of the European project Poseidon Med II, explains the reasons why the adoption of LNG as a marine fuel can lead marine transportation to a greener and more sustainable future, in a cost – efficient manner for ship-owners.
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) recently awarded a third LNG bunker supplier licence to Total Marine Fuels Private Limited for a five-year term, starting 1st of January 2022.
Global LNG trade increased to 360 million tonnes in 2020 despite the unprecedented volatility caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, says oil major Shell in its latest annual LNG Outlook published Thursday. The report also predicts that global LNG demand is expected to reach 700 million tonnes by 2040.
Presented by Bryan Comer, ICCT senior marine researcher, and Nikita Pavlenko, ICCT senior fuels researcher, the video focuses on the climate implications of using LNG as a marine fuel.
The LNG major in the United States, Cheniere Energy is about to provide its LNG customers with greenhouse gas emissions data linked with each LNG cargo produced at the Company’s Sabine Pass and Corpus Christi liquefaction facilities.
K Line has successfully commenced technical management of Singapore’s first LNG bunkering vessel “FUELNG BELLINA”.
PETRONAS has agreed with JERA to collaborate on a wide range of low-carbon energy initiatives, covering LNG, ammonia and hydrogen.
Last January the Panama Canal registered a new record of transits and tonnage of LNG vessels. Namely, atotal of 58 ships that transport LNG transited through the neopanamax locks.
A recent report by SEA-LNG outlines how LNG as a marine fuel has moved from being a niche option to a mainstream fuel of the future.
Gibraltar announced that Shell has successfully completed its application formalities for an LNG Bunker Licence, and the grant of a port operator licence has been approved.
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