INTERVIEW: Western Australia has the potential to draw LNG bunkering demand away from Asia, says Oceania Marine Energy

At the beginning of the year Perth-based start-up Oceania Marine Energy signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Pilbara Clean Fuels (PCF) that will see the companies collaborate to develop an ‘end-to-end’ low-carbon profile eLNG production and vessel bunkering capability concept for the port of Port Hedland. Speaking to Bunkerspot, the company’s Managing Director, Nick Bentley, says bunkering infrastructure in a region with such competitively priced LNG has the potential to steer marine LNG volumes away from Asian ports.

Rhys Berry