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With the global liquefied natural gas (LNG) trade predicted to grow seven times faster than pipeline gas, BP Shipping’s new Partnership class vessels are an invaluable addition to the fleet
World Maritime Day in 2017 is celebrating the connections between ships, ports and people.
The biggest ever fleet rejuvenation programme in BP’s history is well under way, with 32 new vessels set for delivery over a three-year period.
BP strengthens LNG shipping capacity. Expansion of BP’s global LNG shipping fleet will support the group’s growing LNG portfolio and its broader shift to natural gas
One hundred years ago, the shipping industry introduced its first international convention on safety. Known as SOLAS, it is still in use today.
Construction work on BP Shipping’s new LNG fleet is on target, with the first launch completed at the end of September. So, attention has now turned to making sure that the crews are ready.
The BP group has introduced an ambitious new ‘getting back to growth’ strategy – and BP Shipping has a central role to play in its successful delivery.
Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) is a big part of BP’s lower-carbon strategy and BP Shipping has a vital role in the complex job of transporting it to consumers.
South Korea has played an increasingly important role in BP Shipping’s business over recent years, with its prolific and ultra- efficient shipyards heavily involved in our fleet rejuvenation programme.
Cyber security continues to be headline news. At sea and onshore, we rely on electronic devices and systems to run our business successfully. Any disruption could be extremely serious, but BP Shipping is on the case.
With the deliveries of BP Shipping’s new Project Delphi fleet of LNG vessels getting ever closer, Jonty Shepard, a key internal customer, explains the value they can bring to the group.