The Zhoushan Management Committee of China (Zhejiang) Pilot Free Trade Zone Zhoushan held a meeting on Tuesday (14 March) to promote bunkering in Zhoushan, China, according to the administration of Zhejiang Pilot Free Trade Zone.
The committee discussed recent work progress of the bunkering industry, the progress of LNG bunkering and refuelling of green fuels such as biodiesel and methanol.
During the meeting, Gao Haomeng, deputy director of the management committee, said the bunkering industry in the zone has achieved outstanding results, which is worthy of full recognition.
Gao Haomeng added building the whole industry chain of bunkering in the area is also an important part of the province’s objective in achieving a world-class port.
He said an efficient plan was necessary to achieve the goal of 10 million metric tonnes (mt) of bunkering volume in 2025.
“The goals for this year are to achieve 6.5 million mt of bunkering volume, complete the first order in the country for bunkering biofuel and methanol and implement the delivery of LNG bunker fuel,” he said.
He urged for strong cooperation between relevant local authorities to promote China (Zhejiang) Pilot Free Trade Zone to achieve these goals.
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Published: 22 March, 2023
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