Korean port of Ulsan is looking into the possibility of developing an LNG bunkering facility at the port.
Increasing usage of LNG fueled-vessels as well as stricter environmental regulations give hints of increased demand for LNG in the future.
According to local media reports, the port plans a preliminary feasibility study next year for the establishment of liquefied natural gas bunkering station.
It is also reported that a deal with Kogas and Korean LNG Bunkering Consultative Group is in the pipeline.
LNG World News Staff; Image: Ulsan Port Authority