Provider of energy transition services including liquefied natural gas (LNG) Stabilis Solutions on Tuesday (21 September) said it has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Parish Port Harbor & Terminal District, Louisiana to supply LNG as a marine fuel at the Port.
This will be the fourth LNG marine bunkering location that Stabilis supports on the Gulf Coast, it says.
Under the terms of the MOU, CPP and Stabilis will work together to provide turnkey LNG fueling solutions to marine vessels calling on the Port, including identifying suitable dock space for shore-to-ship fueling operations, obtaining the necessary permits and approvals, identifying and educating potential customers, and executing LNG fueling events.
Stabilis will deploy its existing fleet of mobile cryogenic assets, including LNG transportation and distribution equipment, and provide LNG from its liquefaction facilities in Port Allen, LA and George West, TX to support LNG fueling operations. LNG bunkering services are expected to be available at CPP by the end of 2021.
“Stabilis is excited to partner with the Cameron Parish Port on this LNG marine bunkering opportunity,” says Westy Ballard, President and CEO of Stabilis.
“The use of LNG as a marine fuel is growing rapidly around the world as marine customers seek to meet their energy transition objectives. Adding Cameron Parish Port as our fourth Gulf Coast bunkering location gives our customers and partners greater flexibility as they plan their operations.”
“With the number of LNG-fueled vessels in the global fleet growing rapidly, having LNG fueling services in the Cameron Parish Port is an important step in our commercial growth,” adds Clair Hebert Marceaux, Port Director of Cameron Parish Port.
“It is also important as the Port seeks to meet its sustainability goals. We look forward to working with Stabilis on this project.”
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