INDEPENDENT STUDY CONFIRMS LNG REDUCES SHIPPING GHG EMISSIONS BY UP TO 23%
13th April 2021
Peer-reviewed well-to-wake study updates definitive figures for GHG emissions from LNG as a marine fuel
The fundamental binary decarbonisation choice facing owners
2nd February 2021
In 2021 Outlook for LNG, “A View from the Bridge” Peter Keller, our chairman outlines the fundamental binary choice facing newbuilds in 2021, as decarbonisation forces a choice between using LNG now, or retrofitting later.
New joint paper: ‘BioLNG makes carbon neutrality a reality for EU transport’
23rd November 2020
Brussels, 23 November 2020 - today, the European Biogas Association (EBA), Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE), the Natural & bio Gas Vehicle Association (NGVA Europe) and SEA-LNG published a joint paper, which demonstrates the concrete benefits of using BioLNG to decarbonise hard to abate transport sectors through the provision of the latest facts and figures.
Availability and costs of liquefied bio- and synthetic methane – the maritime shipping perspective
26th March 2020
The shipping industry faces unprecedented challenges if it is to meet the IMO’s decarbonisation targets.
LNG as a marine fuel – the Capesize Ore Carrier investment opportunity
27th February 2020
SEA-LNG has commissioned the fourth in its series of independent studies by simulation and analytics experts Opsiana
LNG as a marine fuel – Our zero emissions future starts now
13th February 2020
SEA-LNG's 'View from the Bridge' 2019-2020. Now that we have passed 1st January 2020, the much anticipated global sulphur cap is finally a reality. The importance of this clean air initiative for global health is widely agreed and should not be under emphasised.
LNG as a marine fuel – the VLCC investment opportunity
11th December 2019
The VLCC investment case study explores the relative investment performance of LNG as a marine fuel for a newbuild 300K DWT VLCC on the Arabian Gulf to China trade route, in comparison with other alternatives currently available and scalable to the shipping industry across three fuel pricing scenarios.
Comparison of Alternative Marine Fuels
17th September 2019
Environmental regulations controlling emissions of SOx, NOx and Greenhouse Gases (GHG) are transforming the global shipping industry. Carbon-intensive, polluting heavy fuel oil (HFO) can no longer remain the default option for ocean voyages.
LNG as marine fuel – the PCTC Investment opportunity
11th July 2019
Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) is a safe, mature, commercially viable marine fuel offering superior local emissions performance, significant Greenhouse Gas (GHG) reduction benefits and a potential pathway to a zero-emissions shipping industry.
Life Cycle GHG Emissions Study on the Use of LNG as Marine Fuel
11th April 2019
This report is the definitive study into GHG emissions from current marine engines
LNG as a marine fuel – the Containership Vessel investment opportunity
23rd January 2019
The study is based on a newbuild 14,000 TEU container vessel plying its trade on an Asia-US West Coast (USWC) liner routing.