Global energy company Shell completed more than 250 LNG bunkering operations in 2022, according to its Energy Transition Progress Report 2022.
The firm said the bunkering operations took place via ship-to-ship.
“We provide LNG to ships at 15 ports in 10 countries. We also expanded our LNG refuelling network to more than 60 operated sites, bringing the number of sites where Shell customers can access LNG in Europe to more than 160,” it said in the report.
The report aims to update shareholders and wider society on how Shell has progressed in 2022 against the energy transition strategy the company announced in 2021.
Note: Shell’s full copy of its “Energy Transition Progress Report 2022” can be found here.
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Published: 20 March, 2023
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