Energy solutions provider, Applied LNG and Providence Shipping Group have entered into a strategic agreement to expand the use of LNG and renewable LNG in the marine and HHP sectors.
Applied LNG, through its RLNG which is estimated to result in 70 percent lower greenhouse gas emissions than from equivalent gasoline or diesel fuel, is looking to support the transition to a lower-carbon energy future.
“With new global emissions standards imminent, the marine shipping and HHP industries are increasingly looking at liquefied natural gas as an alternative to other fuels,” said Ray Watkins, VP of business strategy.
Applied LNG is a producer and distributor of liquefied natural gas and renewable liquefied natural gas for alternative fuel use in North America.
The company owns and operates three LNG liquefaction trains and supplies LNG produced with renewable natural gas to help customers improve their carbon footprint.