Marine / Bunkering

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.

LNG as a marine fuel

Mature technology for onboard combustion

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

Bio and synthetic LNG blends readily available and with scale potential

Presently as "conventional methane" and in the future as "renewable methane" (bioLNG, synthetic LNG), shipowners switch to LNG to remain compliant with global environmental targets even beyond 2050.

Transport and bunkering infrastructure already in place

Blue Grid is developing competitive, reliable and safe supply chains, in order to supply LNG to DF vessels

Compliance with upcoming regulation

The use of LNG in marine transportation almost fully eliminates PM/SOx/NOx emissions, while it allows for a net reduction of global emissions by at least 20%.

Security of supply & Competitive pricing

Our long-term contracts with major importers ensure constant access to LNG sources and great commercial terms

Flexible delivery options and reliable operations

Our culture of reliable and safe operations, coupled with flexibility, is in full alignment with the modern, efficient and technologically advanced LNG-fueled fleets.

LNG Bunkering facts


LNG bunkering vessels in operation


LNG bunkering vessels on order

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LNG DF vessels in the water


LNG DF vessels on order

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