DNV GL helps owners become ‘Gas Ready’
DNV GL has developed a new ‘Gas Ready’ notation for shipowners who are looking at LNG as a possible future fuel, and are preparing their vessel for a potential conversion after delivery of a new build.
This new notation comes when the IGF Code is practically finalised and with the imminent introduction of sulphur limits and growing infrastructure and production capability for LNG as a fuel. The new notation is said to provide a clear picture of the level of LNG-fuelled preparedness of a shipowner’s vessel, as well as guidance on the scope of the contemplated work to all parties involved in a newbuild.
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