Methanol bunkering first at Antwerp-Bruges

Ane Maersk at Antwerp-Bruges

Source: Port of Antwerp-Bruges

The world’s first large methanol-powered deep-sea vessel has completed its first bunker operation in European waters setting a new milestone in Port of Antwerp-Bruges’ ambition to become a multifuel port.

‘Ane Maersk’ bunkered 4.300 tonnes of green methanol and 1.375 tonnes of biodiesel (B100) during the port stay at the MSC PSA European Terminal (MPET).

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