Singapore says LNG bunkering capacity likely to hit 1MM tons by 2021

Singapore’s annual LNG bunkering capacity is expected to hit 1MM tons by 2021, as the world’s largest marine refueling hub transitions toward cleaner shipping fuels, a senior minister of state said. The push is part of the International Maritime Organisation’s (IMO) aim to halve the sector’s greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 from 2008 levels. “As the maritime community continues the search for low or zero carbon fuels to meet the IMO’s 2050 goal, LNG is a viable transitional fuel to mitigate CO2 (carbon dioxide) emissions from ships,” said Chee Hong Tat, Singapore’s senior minister of state for the Ministry of Transport. To expand its capacity, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore

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