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LNG for Marine Transport

Existing and prospective environmental standards and regulations steer the maritime sector towards cleaner fuels for propulsion.

At this moment in time, LNG appears to be the only alternative fuel which is imminently available at scale and which can combine improving the environmental footprint of shipping with operational cost reductions.

The use of LNG in marine transportation almost fully eliminates PM/SOx/NOx emissions. At the same time, it allows for a net reduction of global emissions by at least 20%. When factoring in the additional fuel savings derived by the replacement of older vessels with more efficient LNG-fired units, then the overall net CO2 saving can reach even higher levels.

LNG as a bunker fuel is a technically feasible and commercially viable option, acting both as an imminent solution and as a transition marine fuel to a carbon-free world in 2050. Presently as "conventional methane" and in the future as "renewable methane" (bioLNG, synthetic LNG), shipowners utilize LNG to remain compliant with global environmental targets even beyond 2050.

Blue Grid is developing competitive, reliable and safe supply chains, in order to supply LNG to maritime consumers, either on a ship-to-ship and/or truck-to-ship basis in Greece.

LNG for Marine Transport