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壳牌和达飞海运签署关于液化天然气和脱碳航运合作协议

作者:   发布时间:2022年06月29日    浏览量:127   字体大小:  A+   A- 

壳牌和达飞海运签署关于液化天然气和脱碳航运合作协议
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来源:Hellenic Shipping News 2022-6-29
翻译:国际海事信息网 赵扬捷 张运鸿
 
        壳牌(Shell)和达飞海运集团(CMA CGM)已经签署了协议,他们将紧密合作,加速海运业的去碳化进程。这包括一项多年期的液化天然气(LNG)供应协议,该协议将从2023年下半年开始,向达飞海运在新加坡港的13000艘标准箱的船舶供应液化天然气。
 
        同步操作(simultaneous operation, SIMOPS)的液化天然气燃料供应将由FueLNG公司承担,该公司是壳牌与新加坡吉宝岸外与海事((Keppel O&M))的合资公司,利用已经投入运营的FueLNG Bellina和一艘将于2023年投入使用的18000立方米液化天然气燃料船,进一步提高其液化天然气燃料供应作业的可靠性。
 
        壳牌公司下游液化天然气业务主管总经理塔希尔·法鲁基(Tahir Faruqui)说:”达飞海运继续看到液化天然气作为船用燃料的潜力,因此,扩大我们在这一领域的供应承诺是一个非常积极的步骤。通过使用液化天然气作为船用燃料,该行业从今天起立即走上了去碳化的道路。液化天然气是一种过渡性燃料,为液化生物甲烷和基于氢气的燃料液化电子甲烷提供了可靠的途径;两者都有可能实现净零排放。"
 
        此外,这两家公司已经签署了一份谅解备忘录,其中包括:
 
        推进低碳船舶燃料,如液体生物燃料、生物/甲烷(液化天然气)、生物/甲醇,用于新的和现有的船舶。
 
        提供创新的技术解决方案,其中包括液化天然气和氢气混合,甲烷滑脱技术和燃料电池技术的发展。探索自愿和强制的碳信用交易机制 以及联合倡导净零排放政策。
 
        壳牌公司海洋、行业和脱碳副总裁梅丽莎·威廉姆斯(Melissa Williams)说:“合作和伙伴关系对铺平道路至关重要,这将包括低碳燃料、技术共享和合作项目的组合,以实现航运业净零排放的未来。因此,我对我们与达飞海运的协议感到兴奋,因为它使两家企业能够发挥各自的规模和实力,推动行业中具有影响力的变革--帮助我们的客户克服挑战,并在此过程中实现他们雄心勃勃的脱碳目标。"
 
        由于壳牌和达飞海运是长期的合作伙伴,两家公司计划在未来将其合作关系扩展到公路和航空领域。这样做表明,有效的伙伴关系将在加速航运业和其他行业的去碳化方面发挥重要作用。
 
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Shell And CMA CGM Sign Agreements On LNG And Decarbonisation Into The Future
 
Shell and CMA CGM Group have signed agreements that will see them work closely together to accelerate decarbonising the marine sector. This includes a multi-year liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply agreement, which will supply LNG to CMA CGM’s 13,000 twenty-foot equivalent unit (TEU) vessels in the Port of Singapore, starting from the second half of 2023.
 
The simultaneous operation (SIMOPS) LNG bunkering will be undertaken by FueLNG, a joint venture between a unit of Shell in Singapore and Keppel Offshore & Marine Ltd (Keppel O&M) utilising FueLNG Bellina that is already in operation and an 18,000m3 LNG bunker vessel that will come into service in 2023, further enhancing the reliability of its LNG bunkering operations.
 
Tahir Faruqui, General Manager, Head of Downstream LNG at Shell, said: “CMA CGM continues to see the potential in LNG as a marine fuel, so it is a hugely positive step to be extending our supply commitments in this area. By using LNG as a marine fuel, the industry immediately places itself on a decarbonising pathway, starting today. LNG is a fuel in transition and offers a credible pathway to liquefied biomethane and the hydrogen-based fuel liquefied e-methane; both having the potential of being net zero.”
 
Furthermore, the two companies have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that encompasses:
 
the advancement of low-carbon marine fuels, such as liquid biofuels, bio/e-methane (to LNG), bio/e-methanol, for new and existing vessels
 
the delivery of innovative technical solutions, which include LNG and hydrogen blending, methane slip abatement technologies and fuel cell technology development
exploring voluntary and mandated trading mechanisms for carbon credits
and joint advocacy for net zero-emissions policies.
 
Melissa Williams, Vice President Marine, Sectors & Decarbonisation at Shell, said: “Collaboration and partnership are critical in paving the way, which will include a mosaic of lower-carbon fuels, technology sharing and partnership projects to realise a net zero future in shipping. Thus, I am excited about our agreement with CMA CGM as it allows both businesses to bring their respective scale and size to drive impactful change in the industry – helping our customers to overcome their challenges and meet their ambitious decarbonisation goals in the process.”
 
As Shell and CMA CGM are long standing partners, both companies plan to extend their partnership to the road and aviation sectors in the future. In doing so, this demonstrates the vital role effective partnerships will play in accelerating decarbonisation in shipping and beyond.
 

来源:simic