Shell to deploy electric ferries in Singapore

Electric ferries are gaining ground. Oil company Shell will launch at least three electrical passenger ferries in Singapore in the first half of 2023, and Stena Lina recently reported that the carrier will deploy the vessels between Frederikshavn and Gothenburg.

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Oil major Shell aims to deploy three new electric ferries in Singapore, writes Ship & Bunker.

The three ferries, with more potentially coming, will be able to transport upwards of 200 passengers per crossing between mainland Singapore and Shell's energy and chemical park on the island of Bukom.

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