Creole Sun is powered by a MAN B&W ME-LGIM engine (credit: Waterfront Shipping)

The global methanol fleet is set to grow with shipowners Hafnia and MOL planning to order dual-fuel vessels to support their investment in the Northwest Innovation Works'' methanol production facility the port of Kalama in Washington, USA.

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