LNG Fuel Supply
We are committed to carbon-reduction and environmentally-friendly initiatives.

Ships have traditionally used oil as fuel, but by converting to LNG, their emissions of carbon dioxide (CO₂), nitrogen oxides (NOx) and sulfur oxides (SOx) can be greatly reduced, in comparison to those emissions from heavy oil fuels.
As an increasing number of LNG-fueled ships are built in Japan and abroad, we are committed to meeting the demands of both the domestic and Asian markets for LNG fuel and to embracing carbon-reduction and environmentally-friendly initiatives.

LNG Fuel Supply Operation
This is an unprecedented initiative.

In developing this as a regional project over all of Kyushu and the Seto Inland Sea, this initiative is unprecedented, both in Japan and beyond, in its efforts to supply LNG fuel over a wide area.
By supplying LNG fuel to a wide range of vessels in this region, one of the world’s busiest in terms of vessel traffic, we will further accelerate the shift to LNG-fueled ships.

LNG Fuel Supply Vessel
We will meet various supply needs.

Using LNG fuel supply vessels, we will supply LNG fuel from our ship to yours, “ship-to-ship”.
Compared to supplying fuel from land-based facilities or tankers, the ship-to-ship fuel supply method has the advantage of being more flexible, since it does not depend on the route or schedule of each vessel to be supplied.
Our LNG fuel supply vessels can meet a wide variety of fueling needs.

Overall length

82.4 meters

Overall width

18.2 meters


4.8 meters

Gross tonnage

Approx. 4,744 tons

LNG loading capacity


Propulsion system

Electric propulsion
(Dual Fuel of LNG and Fuel Oil A)

Scheduled completion date

March 2024


Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Corporation