The UAE-based shipping and logistics company ADNOC Logistics & Services has joined the LNG Marine Fuel Institute (LNG MFI), an independent not for profit organization promoting the best practice use of LNG as a marine fuel.
“Our partnership with LNG MFI will add value for the development of LNG as a marine fuel, contributing in supporting the marine industry in Australia and neighbouring countries, in line with our ongoing effort to foster a sustainable environment for our trade,” Captain Mohamed Al Ali, Senior Vice President – Ship Management at ADNOC Logistics & Services, commented.
“LNG MFI is excited to have ADNOC Logistics & Services come on board as our newest member,” Margot Matthews, LNG MFI CEO, said.
“Logistics and shipping services are a critical component in the supply chain of LNG as a marine fuel and ADNOC … is addressing the GHG and the impending IMO Sulphur challenges through the use of new technologies and corporate awareness,” Matthews added.
Based in Perth, Australia, LNG MFI works with and for industry and government partners to provide information, advocacy and expertise to secure the long-term sustainability and impact of LNG as a marine fuel.
ADNOC Logistics & Services is 100% owned by Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and transports products for several ADNOC Group companies. Its fleet currently comprises more than 28 ocean-going, 48 offshore support and 47 port operation vessels.