Gas as fuel for shipping is the “best choice” for the next decade if the maritime industry is looking to significantly reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, according to DNV GL, which also announced a new class notation to help boost LPG as bunker.
Wuhu Changjiang (Yangtze river) Bridge Comprehensive Economic Development Zone Administration Committee has inked investment cooperation agreement with Huainan Mine Clean Energy Company for the development of an LNG inland river terminal project...
The world’s largest ship refuelling centre Singapore is making a major push on LNG bunkering taking the view that it is only viable greener fuel option at scale for the shipping industry now.
The first container feedership retrofitted to run on LNG, Wes Amelie, is set to set another milestone becoming the first vessel to use synthetic natural gas (SNG) produced from renewable energy sources.
China and France signed contracts totaling in $15bn during a visit by France’s President Emmanuel Macron to China including a contract to develop a LNG terminal and storage facility.
Terntank has ordered two new 15,000 dwt liquid biogas (LBG)/LNG powered chemical/product/biofuels tankers with hybrid battery system and on-shore power from Chinese shipbuilder AVIC Dingheng Shipbuilding.