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Wigs – Women In Gas Fuelled Shipping – Peninsula

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We are pleased to welcome two new members to our #WiGS (Women in Gas fuelled Shipping) community. Our latest profiles are on Ana Gil Remezal, LNG Project Engineer and Lily Baskini (Vasileia), LNG & Alternative Fuels Business Originator at Peninsula.

Ana is a naval architect, working as Project Engineer is where she supervises Peninsula’s new LNG bunker barge project to ensure that they provide the best service to the widest range of vessels. Learn more about Ana’s story and what she has to advise anyone looking to pursue a career in maritime.

Lily holds an MSc in Shipping, Trade and Finance, and in her current role, she is looking for opportunities to grow Peninsula’s LNG business and increase the market share. Learn more about Lily’s role and what intrigued her to join this industry, as well what inspires her and the personal challenges she had to overcome.

Know a WiGS?

We would like to hear from more women in the sector and grow the #WiGS community. If you would like to nominate yourself or someone within your organisation, please contact us by email at office@sgmf.info.

Liquefied Natural Gas

The regulation of greenhouse gas emissions in the shipping industry has been made a priority by the United Nations (UN) through the International Maritime Organization (IMO). The IMO has set targets to reduce the industry’s carbon emissions by at least 50 per cent by 2050. Meeting these targets will require ships producing substantially less carbon emissions to be on the water by 2030.

A proven approach to reach these targets is to use Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) for as the main fuel source propulsion.

LNG has lower particulate, sulphur and nitrous emissions and produces considerably less greenhouse gas intense than traditional heavy fuel oil and marine diesel oil.

LNG infrastructures in main bunkering hubs around the world will help the shipping industry make the move to a more sustainable fuel proposition.The adoption of LNG as a bunkering fuel is expanding across the globe, with new bunkering infrastructure being built in Europe, Asia and North America.





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