Singapore aces first ship-to-ship Methanol bunkering for Maersk

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Maersk’s first methanol dual-fuel containership, a 2,100 TEU vessel, underwent its second green methanol bunkering operation. This ship was built in Korea and is en route to Copenhagen for a naming ceremony. The bunkering involved 300 tonnes of bio-methanol from OCI Global, carried out by Hong Lam Marine using the chemical tanker Agility. The Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) led the effort to ensure bunkering safety, collaborating with various agencies and conducting exercises and workshops. Singapore, the world’s largest bunkering port, aims to further develop methanol bunkering operations, with two to three more expected this year.

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