Latest Gas Technology Report issued by Lloyd’s RegisterClassification Societies, Energy, Technical, Technology — By admin on November 27, 2013 at 4:10 PM
- A look at developments in Canada – a shipowner, the regulator and a shipbuilder talk about gas fuelled shipping
- Progress made by the Maritime and Port Authority in Singapore to develop LNG bunkering
- The CEO of Viking Line talks about the LR classed Viking Grace
- Interviews with SIGTTO and the newly formed Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel (SGMF)
Luis Benito, Global Head of Marketing for Lloyd’s Register, commented: “We hope that this report will help readers build a clearer picture of the realities of being ready to use LNG as a marine fuel. Generally, developments so far reflect our view of a likely trajectory for gas-fuelled investment: take-up is mainly by niche or specialised trades, trades located in emission control areas (ECAs) and point-to-point traders predominantly in ECAs, such as ferries and small containership operators.
“It is exciting to see how fast the marine industry in North America is turning to LNG – few would have predicted this a few years ago. Now it will be interesting to see how quickly gas as fuel will develop in the deep sea trades.”
Articles from this report may be reproduced provided the source of information is clearly credited to Lloyd’s Register.
Lloyd’s Register’s expertise in gas
Lloyd’s Register is the market leader in LNG carrier classification. 2014 will mark 50 years of LNG carrier operations. LR’s LNG carrier experience and expertise provides the technical foundations and basis for helping the industry and all stakeholders manage the safe use of a gas as a marine fuel.
About Lloyd’s Register
The Lloyd’s Register Group provides independent assurance to companies operating high-risk, capital-intensive assets in the energy and transportation sectors. We enhance the safety of life, property and the environment by helping our clients to ensure the quality construction and operation of critical infrastructure.