Total, Pavilion Energy join forces on LNG bunkering in Singapore

Total, Pavilion Energy join forces on LNG bunkering in Singapore
Patrick Pouyanné, chairman and CEO of Total (right) and Seah Moon Ming, CEO of Pavilion Energy and Pavilion Gas (left) (Image courtesy of Total)

France’s Total signed a memorandum of understanding with Pavilion Energy for cooperation on LNG bunkering in Singapore. 

Under the MoU, Pavilion Energy’s unit, Pavilion Gas, will supply LNG as a bunker fuel to Total Marine Fuels Global Solutions, Total’s bunkering unit, for LNG deliveries to its marine fuel customers in the port of Singapore.

The parties may explore further cooperation in logistics for LNG bunkering activities, Total said in its statement on Tuesday.

In 2016, Pavilion Gas was awarded an LNG bunker supplier license by the Maritime Port Authority of Singapore (MPA). Pavilion Gas was also appointed by the Singapore Energy Market Authority (EMA) as an LNG importer for Singapore.

Speaking of the agreement, Patrick Pouyanné, chairman and CEO of Total said the company is looking to develop a worldwide LNG bunkering network and securing access in the main hubs, such is Singapore as part of its strategy.

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