Singapore and Japan to carry out study on LNG-fuelled car carriers

Japan and Singapore are expected to carry out a joint study into the creation of LNG-fuelled car carrier ships.
By Staff reporter 29 August 2017 0 27362

Japan and Singapore are expected to carry out a joint study into the creation of LNG-fuelled car carrier ships, according to Seatrade Maritime News.

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore and the Ports and Harbours Bureau of Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism have formed a working group to study the feasibility of using LNG bunkering for car carriers between Japan and Singapore.

The study will focus on the technical details of the vessels, including fuel tank capacities and refuelling requirements.

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