Shell to supply CMA CGM with LNG in Singapore

For a number of years, Shell will supply container carrier CMA CGM’s ships in Singapore with LNG. CMA CGM banks heavily on LNG as an alternative to conventional fuel oil.

Photo: PR / CMA CGM

French container line CMA CGM has made a multiannual agreement with oil firm Shell about supply of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to the carrier’s ships in Singapore, according to an announcement.

CMA CGM banks heavily on LNG as fuel for its container ships, and the supplies from Shell will go to the carrier’s fleet of vessels at 13,000 teu in the second half-year of 2023.

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