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Friedrich Bunnemann, Managing Associate of AL Group and Asiatic Lloyd Maritime LLP, with John McDonald, ABS President and COO.[Photo: ABS]

In yet one more signal of the rising curiosity in methanol as a marine gas, ABS and Asiatic Lloyd Maritime LLP, a member of the AL Group, have signed a joint growth venture (JDP) to review the feasibility of changing the gas system of an ultramax bulk provider, from standard diesel to methanol.

The research is targeted on a collection of as much as eight ABS classed ultramax bulk carriers ordered for building within the New Hantong Shipyard, China, for AL Group.

“Changing vessel propulsion programs to benefit from the decarbonization potential afforded by methanol goes to be an vital a part of the business’s inexperienced power transition. It’s nice to work with forward-thinking companions like AL Group to assist their growth of a contemporary fleet with operations,” stated John McDonald, ABS president and COO.

“At AL Group, we proceed with unwavering dedication on our journey of sustainability and efforts on decarbonization,” stated Friedrich Bunnemann, managing accomplice of AL Group and Asiatic Lloyd Maritime LLP. “This joint growth venture with ABS permits us to discover actively the adoption of low-carbon gas choices for our future fleet, whereas fortifying our dedication to environmental stewardship, emissions discount, and innovation

  • Extra from ABS on methanol as a marine gas HERE
Classes: Engines & Gas, Information, Know-how
Tags: ABS, ABS President and COO, AL Group, Asiatic Lloyd, Asiatic Lloyd Maritime, Friedrich Bunnemann, John McDonald, methanol as a marine gas, New Hantong Shipyard, Ultramax bulk provider