BW LPG to grow its number of ships sailing on two fuels

BW LPG will fit more ships with engines that can sail on liquefied petroleum gas as fuel, says the shipping company in an annual report that also shows significant growth in the fourth quarter.

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Gas shipping company BW LPG sees major benefits to having its ships sail on liquefied petroleum gas in addition to traditional bunker oil.

The company therefore again increases the number of ships, to 12, which will in the coming years be equipped with dual-fuel engines that enable them to use LPG as fuel, says BW LPG in its annual report, in which the fourth quarter also showed strong developments in the LPG market compared to the year before.

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