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Ship-to-ship LNG bunkering sought for BC Ferries newbuilds

The Canadian ferry operator wants to build five LNG-fuelled ferries as part of its fleet renewal drive. It has two Spirit Class units already running on LNG supplied by tank trucks and is now seeking ship-to-ship bunkering services for the quintet of newbuilds

Canada’s BC Ferries floated an expression of interest last week, stating that the ship-to-ship bunkering solution is for five new LNG-fuelled vessels

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