LNG Tag

01 Sep LNG – THE ONLY VIABLE FUEL today

probunkers supports SEA-LNG report regarding LNG as fuel viability: "Waiting for a “utopian solution” risks locking the maritime industry into the highly polluting conventional oil-based marine fuels for years, if not decades, to come. Today, and for the foreseeable future, LNG is the only viable fuel for deep-sea...

09 Jun LNG Bunkering: Where we stand

Following a greener path, the shipping industry is constantly searching for alternative fuels that will be in line with the environmental regulations, with LNG currently seeing a high demand. The IMO sulphur cap which came into force on January 1st, 2020, requires that all vessels limit...

26 May STUDY CONFIRMS BIO AND SYNTHETIC LNG PROVIDE A VIA...

Liquefied Bio Methane and Liquefied Synthetic Methane have the potential to be available, scalable, with costs similar to other low and zero carbon marine fuels SEA-LNG, the multi-sector industry coalition, has released the latest in its series of independently conducted reports. The CE Delft study...

12 Feb LNG Bunkering

The Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) market is globalising as buyers, sellers and types expand.  It  is an exciting time for the LNG industry. LNG bunkering has  grown to 24 out of the top 25 bunker ports globally and it keeps expanding. Oil and Gas IQ surveyed...

11 Oct STUDY UNDERLINES LNG IS THE MOST COMMERCIALLY VIAB...

LNG is the current front runner as the maritime industry looks to comply with both external pressure and stricter environmental legislation LONDON, 17th SEPTEMBER 2019: SEA\LNG released the findings of a new alternative fuels study today, which finds that LNG is the most mature, scalable, and...

22 Jul LNG as a marine fuel – the investment case

Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) is a superior marine fuel providing the best option to improve air quality and is the only scalable marine fuel that advances shipping ’s greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction objectives. To support shipowners and operators in analysing options in an informed way,...

10 Apr Oil majors positive for LNG as a marine fuel

The major international oil companies have gradually increased their focus on LNG and LNG as a marine fuel, this is very good for the industry. Total and Shell are positive for LNG as a marine fuel. TOTAL CHIEF HIGHLIGHTS VIABILITY OF ‘BEST OPTION’ MARINE LNG ‘All in...

14 Mar probunkers calls for LNG bunkering fleet design pr...

Athens-based probunkers is advancing its LNG bunkering project by inviting stakeholders’ proposals for the design of its seven bunkering vessels (LNGBVs).  As the expansion of LNG as a marine fuel is rapid into shipping, probunkers says it is aiming to develop a global-scale LNG bunkering network. According...