Bio-LNG deemed ‘absolutely urgent’ during world biogas event


During a virtual conference entitled, ‘Biogas: Driving the transition from fossil to green’ – hosted by the World Biogas Association and the World LPG Association, – bio-liquefied natural gas (bio-LNG) and its role in the maritime industry was discussed by Benoit Duee, Commercial Director at FOSMAX LNG.

As countries across the globe take aim at reaching Paris Agreement targets and achieving net-zero goals, alternative fuels have seen widespread adoption in multiple industrial sectors.

One such sector, the maritime industry, has been utilising the benefits of LNG for some time, with energy giants such as ExxonMobil, Chevron, Total, and bp all investing in LNG carriers to transport the fuel.

Saying that the use of LNG in the maritime sector should be a ‘no brainer’, Duee extolled the virtues of LNG, calling it probably one of the only fuels which is abundant, available and safe.

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