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BHP signs LNG bunker contract with Shell

The contract is expected to form up to 10% of the forecast Asian LNG bunker demand in fiscal year 2023, says BHP chief commercial officer Vandita Pant

Australia China

BioLNG has green fuel advantages over hydrogen or ammonia

BioLNG is likely to be commercially competitive relative to other low- and zero-carbon fuels such as green hydrogen and ammonia, the joint paper contends

Europe Bunkers

Crew taken from bunkering vessel after hijacking

Three crew were kidnapped from the bunkering tanker Stelios K about 65 nautical miles south of Lagos. The ship was hijacked south of Togo on November 16 but the pirates stayed on board the vessel for a week until next Monday morning, it what a source called a ‘seriously strange’ case

Middle East and Africa Nigeria

Avenir LNG chief executive resigns

The new company is focused on small-scale LNG projects and recently carried out Malaysia’s first bunkering operation. The budding LNG player is backed by Stolt-Nielsen, Golar LNG and Hoegh LNG and has been developing rapidly since being formed in 2018

Europe Tankers and Gas

CMA CGM in drive to develop bio-methane market

CMA CGM has put its considerable weight behind liquefied natural gas as a fuel for container shipping. It now wants to support the market for bio-methane in an effort to drive more production

Europe France

RCL keeps up profit momentum in third quarter

RCL managed to cut freight and operations costs by 15% through efficient capacity management along with a lower average price of bunker fuel. This in turn led to lower slot costs, while the feeder operator also reduced charter-in vessels to adjust capacity and trim charter costs, resulting in a 20% saving

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