We should grow LNG ship fleet and bunkering capacity as the world works tirelessly to develop zero emission fuels.

To meet the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) greenhouse gas (GHG) emission targets of 2030 and 2050, the maritime industry must take a two pronged approach, which is to grow LNG ship fleet and bunkering capacity while the complex work to develop zero emission fuels continues. 

LNG is the best commercially available marine fuel today and will remain so in the near future. The commercial availability of zero emission fuels are a decade or more away – doing nothing until they are available will result in needless GHG emissions.


Working together to create a cleaner environment.  Clean Marine Fuel Institute is an independent not-for-profit organisation established to promote the best practices of distributing and using marine fuels across Australia, China and other North Asian countries.


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