Updates

22 Mar LNG THE MOST COST-EFFECTIVE OPTION FOR NEWBUILD TA...

A joint industry project (JIP) has quantified the financial and environmental performance of certain fuel alternatives and technologies in order to define ‘realistic carbon-robust pathways’ for MR and LR2 tankers. The project involved participation from DNV, ship designer Deltamarin, Minerva Marine as a vessel manager, and...

03 Mar New study finds: Every 10% of bio-LNG gives two ye...

Bio-LNG provides competitive advantage, providing favourable finance longer through greater emissions reductions Analysis from SEA-LNG, the coalition for accelerating LNG as a marine fuel, has determined that for every 10% of bio-LNG dropped in and blended with LNG as a marine fuel, a vessel can achieve...

11 Feb probunkers signs The Neptune Declaration

probunkers signed The Neptune Declaration on Seafarer Wellbeing and Crew Change in a worldwide call to take action to end the unprecedented crew change crisis caused by Covid-19.  The signatories recognize that we have a shared responsibility to ensure that the current crew change crisis...

12 Nov LNG IS AN ADVANTAGE FOR POSEIDON PRINCIPLE LOANS

New analysis from SEA-LNG demonstrates how ship assets opting for LNG can benefit for up to eight years of emissions compliance for preferable asset financing versus conventional vessel fuels like HSFO, VLSFO, and MGO. LNG fuel delivers up to 28% lower CO2 profile from tank to...

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...

08 Jul 50% CO2 emission cuts in shipping by 2030

The EPP Group is in favour of cutting shipping emissions by as much as 50 percent by integrating them into the existing EU Emissions Trading System (ETS), if an impact assessment shows that this works. "Cutting emissions to net zero by 2050 in Europe is ambitious...

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...

01 Apr LNG as a marine fuel – SGMF Video

Shipping currently accounts for 3% of total global emissions. In a new video SGMF explain the significance of LNG as marine fuel today and on the road to 2050. SGMF has released a video explaining why Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) is currently the only viable solution...