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BHP bunkers down with Shell

BIG miner BHP is to use five LNG-fuelled Newcastlemax bulk carriers to ship iron ore from Western Australia to China from 2022 as it tries to reduce emissions across its maritime supply chain.

Aerial view of a Newcastlemax bulk carrier

Aerial view of a Newcastlemax bulk carrier

The vessels will be chartered from Eastern Pacific Shipping for five-year terms. As part of a LNG bunkering contract with Shell Energy the vessels will be fuelled by the FueLNG Bellina, a bunker vessel...

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