World’s largest containership designed ‘LNG ready’

The 20,170 teu 'MOL Triumph' has been designed with an eye to a potential conversion to LNG fuel, pending a feasibility study that will also consider a scrubber installation

The recently delivered ‘MOL Triumph’ – at 20,170 teu, the world’s largest containership – has been built with the potential for conversion to LNG fueled operations, owner Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) has reported.

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