LNG brings significant environmental benefits for Norwegian shipping company Fjord Line.
When using liquefied natural gas - LNG - for your maritime vessels, you are set for using liquefied biogas - LBG - now and in the future. Biogas is part of circular economy and it is 100% renewable. We at Gasum turn waste into liquefied biogas for you to use, as the most sustainable maritime fuel. By using LNG and LBG you can be part of the generation that took the step today - for a decarbonized future in shipping!
We have gathered some information for you in a guide about cleaner maritime transports. You will see what influences shipping to reduce emissions, including regulations, market demands and trends.
The demand for cleaner energy solutions is increasing. If we are here to fight climate change, we need to reduce emissions from the use of heavy fuel oil in maritime transport. LNG (liquefied natural gas) reduces CO2 emissions by at least 20 percent. As a fuel, LNG is interchangeable with renewable LBG (liquefied biogas), as they both consist mainly of methane.
Using both LNG and LBG is one of the concrete actions that will take us towards a low-carbon society of the future.
Decarbonizing shipping with liquefied natural gas and biogas