ADNOC Logistics Joins LNG MFI

August 28, 2019

Image: LNG MFI
Image: LNG MFI

The LNG Marine Fuel Institute, a non for profit organization based in Perth,  announced the membership of ADNOC Logistics & Services with the growing coalition of companies committed to Australian LNG is the primary marine fuel in transition to carbon free shipping.

Captain Mohamed Al Ali, Senior Vice President - Ship Management at ADNOC Logistics & Services  said:  “Our partnership with LNG MFI will add value for the development of LNG as a marine fuel, contributing in supporting the marine industry in Australia and neighbouring countries, in line with our ongoing effort to foster a sustainable environment for our trade”.

Headquartered in Abu Dhabi, ADNOC Logistics & Services is 100% owned by ADNOC, and serves ADNOC Group and international customers.

With over 40 years of experience and assets from shipping, offshore and onshore services, ADNOC Logistics & Services is a fully integrated shipping and logistics company. They utilize the latest technology and leverage strategic partnerships to provide a reliable, cost-effective and efficient service to their customers.

LNG MFI CEO Margot Matthews added “LNG MFI is excited to have ADNOC Logistics & Services come on board as our newest member. Logistics and shipping services are a critical component in the supply chain of LNG as a marine fuel and ADNOC is clearly a leader in the global energy industry and is addressing the GHG and the impending IMO Sulphur challenges through the use of new technologies and corporate awareness.”

LNG MFI works with and for industry and government partners to provide information, advocacy and expertise to secure the long term sustainability and impact of LNG as marine fuel.



Current News

Baker Hughes Finalizes Name Change

Baker Hughes Finalizes Name Change

Woodside Targets Scarborough FID in Early 2020

Woodside Targets Scarborough FID in Early 2020

Yantai Port to Launch LNG Storage Plants

Yantai Port to Launch LNG Storage Plants

China Hosts Deep-Sea Exploration Contractors Meet

China Hosts Deep-Sea Exploration Contractors Meet

Sinopec Weighs Output Cuts Due to Freight Rate Surge

Sinopec Weighs Output Cuts Due to Freight Rate Surge

Small Scale FSRU: Think Smarter Not Bigger

Small Scale FSRU: Think Smarter Not Bigger

TechnipFMC Wins EPC Contract from PetroVietnam

TechnipFMC Wins EPC Contract from PetroVietnam

Subscribe for AOG Digital E‑News

AOG Digital E-News is the subsea industry's largest circulation and most authoritative ENews Service, delivered to your Email three times per week