- Bunker checklists
- World map
- Developments in ports
- Safety restrictions and impacts
- Bunkering practices
- Supply chain and infrastructure
- Funding for LNG infrastructure
- Business case
At many ports participating the WPCI LNG bunkering working group, LNG bunkering is possible or planned. Visit the World map for an overview of ongoing developments. A survey of ports by Lloyd’s Register unveils the plans and opinions of 22 ports on LNG bunkering in the next 10 years.
LNG bunkering already possible
LNG is currently available as a bunker fuel for maritime and inland shipping at the WPCI ports of Antwerp, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Zeebrugge and Stockholm. In addition, LNG can be bunkered at several Norwegian ports.