TotalEnergies Marine Fuels and Green Marine Bunkering announced they have entered a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on a joint development study on methanol as a new marine fuel in Singapore.
uilding on the combined knowledge of both companies in bunkering operations and methanol production, TotalEnergies Marine Fuels and Green Marine Bunkering will study the feasibility to implement a viable methanol bunkering supply chain in the country.
We are excited to join forces with Green Marine Bunkering for this joint initiative, to advance our development of methanol as a safe, efficient and scalable bunkering solution in Singapore.
… said Louise Tricoire, Vice President of TotalEnergies Marine Fuels
Collaborations such as these are on the rise as the orderbook for methanol fueled ships has grown rapidly with more and more owners and operators opting for methanol as fuel.
We are extremely proud of engaging with TotalEnergies Marine Fuels in this methanol bunkering project in Singapore, which is imperative for the further acceleration of shipping’s transition to a cleaner future through methanol powered technologies.
… stated Morten Jacobsen, Group CEO of GREEN MARINE
To remind, last November GET, Stellar and Bureau Veritas entered into an agreement for the construction of a 4,000 DWT IMO Type 2 Chemical and Oil Tanker, dedicated methanol bunkering in Singapore.