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LNG bunkering fleet growing globally

As the new global sulphur limit of 0.5% approaches, new vessels able to carry out ship-to-ship LNG bunkering operations are appearing, mostly in Europe and Asia As the new global sulphur limit of 0.5% approaches, new vessels able to carry out ship-to-ship LNG bunkering operations are appearing, mostly in Europe and Asia.
By Silvia Favasuli 12 July 2018 0 31708
LNG bunkering vessels and areas of operations

Since the first LNG bunkering vessel – the Engie Zebrugge – began operations at the Port of Zeebrugge in mid-2017, the number of similar vessels in Europe has been growing. The region added two other LNG bunkering vessels in 2017 and three more are expected to be operational by the end of 2018, with a further four by 2020. But other areas of the world are also developing bunkering capabilities. While the delivery of the Clean Jacksonville vessel in the United States has been delayed...