The increasing number of dual-fuel and LNG-powered vessels requires a worldwide network of LNG bunkering facilities, but challenges remain in building a more robust bunkering network, according to Kanfer Shipping.
Finland’s state-owned gas firm Gasum has opened a new LNG bunkering station at Sweden’s Nynashamn port located at the Port of Stockholm premises.
Houpu Clean Energy (HQHP) and Yuchai Diesel established cooperation relationship to jointly develop products for LNG-fuelled vessels.
LNG for fuel lobby group SEA\LNG is planning a direct response to the Climate Bonds Initiative (CBI following its move to exclude LNG-related shipping initiatives from accessing green bond finance.
French oil company Total is to time charter two LNG-powered VLCCs from AET.
Finland’s gas company Gasum has penned a deal to supply LNG to four new crude shuttle tankers ordered by Norway’s energy firm Equinor.
Japan carriers NYK and MOL have entered into agreements with compatriot Kyushu Electric Power (Kyuden) on the deployment of the world’s first LNG-fuelled large coal carriers.
The IMO 2020 global low sulphur regulation is less than one month away from coming into force and it is vital that shipowners and managers are prepared for compliance.
The first conversion of a dredger to LNG dual-fuel by a European shipyard has been launched at Damen Shiprepair Dunkerque.