Orders for first LNG-fuelled coal carriers

Namura Shipbuilding plans to deliver one of the first LNG-fuelled coal carriers in 2023. Credit: Namura Shipbuilding

The first LNG-fuelled large coal carriers are expected to enter service in Japan in 2023 after MOL and NYK take delivery of two 95,000dwt bulkers. The two vessels are to be built by Oshima Shipbuilding and Namura Shipbuilding, respectively.

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