LNG Bunkering Operations Considered by Antigua Port Authority


Antigua’s Port Authority is delving into the possibility of establishing an LNG bunkering operation, aligned with the upcoming Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) power plant at Crabbes Peninsula.

The prospect of the LNG plant, set to become operational in the coming months, is generating interest from cruise and cargo ship operators.

General Manager Darwin Telemaque revealed that major cruise lines and shipping companies are inquiring about refueling their vessels with cleaner LNG.

This shift towards LNG is part of a broader trend towards cleaner energy.

Antigua’s strategic location will make it the sole Eastern Caribbean nation offering this option, aligning with global environmental concerns.





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  1. What we the people would like to know is what was Telemaque’s personal involvement with the ship, the stevedoring company and the barge that handled the cargo for the LNG plant? Note, we said Personal. Was this one of those enrichment schemes the PM also speaks about?

  2. Tell-He-Mac: A wha happen to de boat you auction off? A way de man wid de money garne? Please tell are we, not an Auctioneer.

  3. Look at that shit eating smile on that asshole’s face. He still waiting for his payday from the illicit sale of Alfa Nero. In the meantime, he has been given free prime crown land by this government. The rest of us can’t even get our own land.

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