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Flexible tonnage set to access untapped LNG demand

Small-scale ships capable of multi-tasking stand to benefit from better utilisation as LNG demand, which is tied to power generation, tends to be seasonal. While the commodity still needs time to gain enough clout as a marine fuel

International Tankers and Gas

CMA CGM backs biomethane in decarbonisation push

CMA CGM will directly back the production and deployment of biomethane in another sign of its unwavering support for the prospects of liquefied natural gas. It expects the new offering can reduce lifecycle greenhouse gas emissions by at least 67%

CMA CGM Bunkers

Everfuel to supply hydrogen for zero-emission shipping

The Danish renewable energy provider said it has a memorandum of understanding with an undisclosed Norwegian–German shipping company that wants to become a leading zero-emissions company in Europe

Fuels Environment

Kogas orders LNG bunker vessel

Its newbuilding will join a chartered-in vessel from Korea Line

South Korea Bunkers

CNOOC to bunker Guangdong’s first LNG-fuelled bulkers

These are the first LNG-fuelled bulk carriers the state-owned shipowner will deploy for trades in the Pearl River Delta area

China Bunkers

Methane gas fuels are not just for the transition

Biofuels and LNG offer route maps to a carbon-free future. And while they probably will not be the final word in fuel technology, the advantages they offer should be used now to protect the environment

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