IN THE KNOW Podcast 8: Tom Crowley on LNG as a Marine Fuel

El Coqui, one of Crowley's two Commitment-class LNG-fueled con/ros (Jaxport / Crowley)

Published Jan 30, 2019 6:18 PM by The Maritime Executive

The IMO will be enforcing a new cap on the sulfur content of marine fuels beginning on January 1, 2020. One of the alternatives to high-sulfur fuel is LNG, a cleaner alternative that can reduce emissions and provide compliance with the new rules. To learn more about LNG as a marine fuel, The Maritime Executive's editor in chief, Tony Munoz, spoke with Tom Crowley, the chairman and CEO of Crowley Maritime Corporation. Crowley is a pioneer in using LNG at sea, and it operates two new LNG-fueled con/ros on a regular service between Jacksonville, Florida and San Juan, Puerto Rico. For the details, listen in to their conversation below. 

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Tom Crowley will be honored by the U.S. Coast Guard Foundation in an upcoming dinner event at the Pier Sixty-Six Hotel and Marina in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This event was postponed due to the government shutdown, but those wishing to attend may contact Becky Ketterhagen at the Coast Guard Foundation at (352) 256-4058.

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