Bio-LNG bunkering now available in 70 ports worldwide


Bio-LNG is now available in almost 70 ports worldwide, including in Singapore, Rotterdam, and the US east coast, according to new analysis shared by SEA-LNG.

A coalition established to demonstrate the commercial and environmental benefits of the LNG pathway, SEA-LNG notes that the current global fleet of 355 LNG-fuelled vessels, excluding LNG carriers, are all capable of using bio-LNG as a drop-in fuel without modification.

Bio-LNG used in the maritime industry is produced from sustainable biomass feedstocks and does not compete with the production of food, fibre, or fodder, as defined by regulations such as the EU’s RED II and the Renewable Fuel Standards in America.

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