Hafnia ready with dual-fuel methanol vessels in 2024

Product tanker operator Hafnia wants to build two or three ships with dual-fuel engines capable of sailing on methanol, to be ready once a new methanol plant opens for production in the US in 2024. The investment in the US plant was made to secure the shipping contracts.

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2024 will be a decisive year for Hafnia's prestigious US methanol project.

Two-three new Hafnia tankers powered by so-called methanol dual-fuel engines are planned to start sailing with their first methanol cargoes for customers in Asia in four years.

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