Singapore-based LNG bunker fuel supplier FueLNG on Thursday (23 June) said it has successfully completed 1,000 liquefied natural gas (LNG) trucking operations in Singapore.
The operations include truck-to-ship bunkering of tugs and offshore vessels, as well as truck-to-industry operations for industrial customers and LNG-powered vehicles.
“We would like to thank our partners Shell, Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), Keppel Offshore & Marine, and our customers Keppel Smit Towage Pte. Ltd., PSA Singapore, and Solstad Offshore ASA for their support and cooperation,” said the firm in a social media post.
“FueLNG is committed to providing safe, cost-efficient and reliable solutions in LNG through truck-to-ship and ship-to-ship bunkering, and truck-to-industry operations.”
The company said LNG is a fuel in transition and offers a credible pathway to liquefied biomethane and the hydrogen-based liquified e-methane.
“FueLNG is at the forefront of bringing this change to the industry,” it added.
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Photo credit: FueLNG
Published: 24 June, 2022
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