Shell aims to double its LNG bunkering network

Shell signed an agreement to charter a 20,000cbm LNG bunker vessel from Avenir LNG from Q1 2023.

Source: CIMC SOE

Shell has published its Energy Transition Progress Report 2021 indicating that it is aiming to double the size of its LNG bunkering network by the mid-2020s, to around 15 major ports on key international trading routes.

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