With record demand growth in 2018, the market is now worth north of $230 billion making it the fastest growing gas supply source. Ahead of the LNG Bunkering Summit 2019, we surveyed over 100 specialists from across the entire LNG Bunkering supply chain to gain insights into the factors that are driving the LNG market forward.
With the introduction of new long-term carbon emission targets, a number of alternative fuels are being considered alongside LNG within the marine sector. With insights from Sjaak Klap, VP Business Development, Spliethoff, this article will explore various alternative fuels under consideration and how these compare to LNG from a cost, sustainability, scalability and availability perspective.
In this article, we speak exclusively with Stefaan Adriaens, Commercial Manager, Gate Terminal B.V and Gerben Dijkstra, Business Development Manager, Anthony Veder Group N.V. to explore the business case behind LNG adoption both in the lead up to 2020 and post-2020. This piece also discusses the next wave of challenges that may slow down the progress of the adoption of LNG and how the regulatory landscape will continue to impact the sector.
In this report we examine the pros and cons of LNG, along with current and future infrastructure plans as well as a projection for the coming years.
Topics covered include:
- Understanding LNG
- Rules and resulations
- The sulphur cap
- Cost and safety
- Environmental concerns
- Ports and infrastructure
- Future growth and forecasts
Europe's fastest growing and largest LNG Bunkering event focusing on active projects from across the entire value chain.
The 2019 summit focuses on:
- Building the business case for LNG as a fuel and ensuring you maximise the return on investment
- Global developments in supply chain and infrastructure to advance LNG bunkering
- The development of operational and safety procedures
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As the 2018 LNG Bunkering Summit has drawn to a close, we wanted to share some of the key highlights from this year’s event. This report summarizes key takeaways, shares exclusive content pieces, and includes a snapshot of what’s to come at next year’s event.
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The protracted oil price depression has seen the contraction and retrogression of many fuel-dependent markets in the past 24 months. Bunkering with liquefied natural gas (LNG) has been one of those areas affected, by the drop in the conventional fuel for the maritime industry.
In this infographic, conducted with Oil & Gas IQ's burgeoning bunkering network, we can begin to paint a surprisingly encouraging picture of a sector that refuses to be blown off course by the worst oil price crash in living memory.
Despite the high demand for LNG as a marine fuel, the infrastructure necessary for LNG-powered vessels to refuel is currently limited, but expanding. This eBook looks at five of the world’s most exciting emerging LNG bunkering projects in ports that handle a combined total of nearly 74 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) a year.
In this exclusive interview, Tim Haidar speaks with Ed de Jong, Business Development at G.C.M. Deen Shipping about the challenges involved with converting your fleet to LNG and their pioneering LNG bunker barge, the Argonon.
Ahead of the LNG Bunkering Summit, we surveyed over 500 specialists involved in the LNG Bunkering supply chain to gain a deeper understanding of how the sector is continuing to move forward in challenging market conditions; as well as future opportunities and trends in the coming years.
Oil & Gas IQ spoke exclusively with Cees Boon, Sector Coordinator Harbour Master Policy Department, Port of Rotterdam and Stefaan Adriaens, Commercial Manager, Gate Terminal about the current challenges and opportunities relating to the new LNG bunkering terminal and their thoughts on the future of LNG as a widely used marine fuel.
LNG consistently outperforms traditional maritime fuels on a local emissions basis and in greenhouse gas performance. Ahead of the LNG Bunkering Summit, Oil & Gas IQ spoke exclusively to Steve Esau, General Manager, SEA\LNG to gain an overview of the current state of Global LNG Bunkering market, and the progress of SEA\LNG in accelerating the widespread adoption of LNG as a fuel for cleaner maritime shipping.
SEA\LNG has launched a free online tool to improve understanding of the current, and rapidly evolving, LNG bunkering infrastructure landscape.
Launched from the 6th LNG Bunkering Summit, which took place in Amsterdam, the new Bunker Navigator Tool uses member, marine information services and publicly available data to provide access to the latest developments in the global LNG bunkering infrastructure.
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American Journal of Transportation
New tool provides evolving overview of the rapid development of LNG bunkering infrastructure.
AMSTERDAM, LONDON - SEA\LNG, the multi-sector industry coalition aiming to accelerate the widespread adoption of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a marine fuel, today announced that it has launched a new free-to-access online tool to improve understanding of the current, and rapidly evolving, LNG bunkering infrastructure landscape.
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A new free-to-access online tool aims to improve understanding of the current, and rapidly evolving, bunkering infrastructure landscape for liquefied natural gas (LNG).
Launched by industry coalition SEA\LNG from the sixth LNG Bunkering Summit currently taking place in Amsterdam, the new Bunker Navigator Tool utilizes member, marine information services and publicly available data to provide access to the latest developments in the global LNG bunkering infrastructure. SEA\LNG’s map-based tool, provides an overview of key LNG bunkering developments and how this growing infrastructure relates to major global shipping routes, traditional oil bunkering ports, and the bulk LNG infrastructure which will provide the foundation for future bunkering services.