Liquefied natural gas

LNG-powered ship fleet needs more infrastructure to expand

The number of new liquefied natural gas-powered vessels will almost double around the globe this year, as the deadline for slashing the sulfur content of bunker fuel is fast approaching, but their further increase to significant figures greatly depends on the improvement of infrastructure, a senior market monitoring official tells Kathimerini English Edition.

Probunkers invites interest in 7 LNG bunkering ships

Athens-based company Probunkers is inviting stakeholders to make proposals for the design of its liquefied natural gas bunkering vessels (LNGBVs) for the offshore refueling of other vessels.
With the rapid expansion of LNG as a marine fuel, Probunkers is turning into a world-class investment opportunity, by building a reliable global-scale LNG bunkering network.

Probunkers invites interestin 7 LNG bunkering ships

Athens-based company Probunkers is inviting stakeholders to make proposals for the design of its liquefied natural gas bunkering vessels (LNGBVs) for the offshore refueling of other vessels.
With the rapid expansion of LNG as a marine fuel, Probunkers is turning into a world-class investment opportunity, by building a reliable global-scale LNG bunkering network.

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