The CMA CGM Group’s Jacques Saade, pictured during assembly at Shanghai’s Jiangnan-Changxing shipyard, is the world’s largest ship to be powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG). Photo: SCMP Handout

Hong Kong’s port is failing to ready itself for LNG-fuelled cargo ships as rival Singapore races ahead, say analysts

  • Hong Kong’s failure to prepare infrastructure for refuelling container ships that run on eco-friendly liquefied natural gas will make its already struggling port even less competitive, analysts warn
  • Rival Singapore is well ahead, having already ordered two LNG bunkering (refuelling) vessels
Topic |   Hong Kong shipping and logistics

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The CMA CGM Group’s Jacques Saade, pictured during assembly at Shanghai’s Jiangnan-Changxing shipyard, is the world’s largest ship to be powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG). Photo: SCMP Handout
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