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LNG bunkering first for Australia at Fremantle Port

EVOL LNG has announced that it has been approved by Fremantle Ports to bunker liquefied natural gas (LNG) for LNG-powered marine vessels visiting Fremantle Port, the first port in Australia to do so.

The new service comes after Woodside’s announcement in April that it had signed a five-year charter contract with Norwegian company Siem Offshore to deliver Australia’s first LNG-powered marine support vessel next year.

EVOL LNG is managed by Kleenheat, which is part of Wesfarmers.


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