On June 29, the FueLNG Venosa delivered 9,000 cubic meters (cbm) of LNG fuel to the CMA CGM Bahia at the Raffles Reserve Anchorage in Singapore. This vessel is part of a new fleet of six CMA CGM containerships featuring engines that are "biomethane and e-methane ready" and have an improved aerodynamic design.

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Saunak Rai, General Manager of FueLNG, expressed pride in reaching this milestone, stating, "We are immensely proud to celebrate our 200th STS LNG bunkering operation. This achievement would not have been possible without the unwavering support of our stakeholders – Seatrium, Shell, our esteemed customer CMA CGM, and the authorities at the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA). Their collaboration and commitment have been instrumental in helping us reach this significant milestone."

Farid Trad, Vice President of Bunkering & Energy Transition at CMA CGM, looked forward to continued collaborations, while Hwee-Lan Khoo, Chairman of FueLNG and Strategic Account Manager at Shell Marine, emphasized the significance of the milestone for Singapore and anticipated further growth in the region.

Aziz Merchant, Executive Vice President of Engineering and Technology at Seatrium and Board Director of FueLNG, congratulated FueLNG and highlighted that the design for the FueLNG-owned LNG bunker vessel was provided by Seatrium Marine and Deepwater Technology (SMDTech), specializing in specialized ships, semi-submersibles, and floating structures.

In March 2024, FueLNG had completed its 150th STS LNG bunkering operation when FueLNG Bellina bunkered NYK Line’s pure car truck carrier (PCTC) Freesia Leader in Singapore. FueLNG, a joint venture between Keppel Offshore & Marine and Shell Eastern Petroleum, is dedicated to promoting LNG as a sustainable marine fuel and looks forward to achieving more milestones.