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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – In the next several months, mega cruise ships running on liquified natural gas or LNG will now be able to receive bunkering services right here in The Bahamas.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – In the next several months, mega cruise ships running on liquified natural gas or LNG will now be able to receive bunkering services right here in The Bahamas.

It’s all thanks to a partnership between Bahamian-owned company Elnet Lightering, a subsidiary of Elnet Maritime, and Eagle LNG Partners based in Houston, Texas.

Eagle LNG President, Sean Lalani, explains the benefits of switching to LNG.

President and CEO of Elnet Maritime and Elnet Lightering, Elbert Hepburn says in paying attention to the needs of their stakeholders, there was an uptick in the demand for LNG bunkering services.

Energy and Transport Minister, JoBeth Coleby-Davis also on hand for today’s announcement, saying the signing represents a significant step forward for the county’s maritime industry, as it will assist in forging environmentally responsible maritime solutions.

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