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Gasum to supply Preem with renewable maritime fuel

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Gasum has announced that it has entered into an agreement with Sweden’s largest fuel company Preem to supply their tankers with a new fuel blend consisting of LNG and 10% of renewable liquefied biogas.

According to the statement, this is the first time Gasum has signed an agreement that involves it delivering a blend containing renewable fuel to a maritime customer on a regular basis.

Preem’s vessels to be supplied with the blended fuel are the time-chartered tankers Tern Ocean and Thun Evolve.

Anna Karin Klinthäll, Manager Trading Operations at Preem, said: “Maritime transport is an important part of Preem’s operations. We are very pleased to be able to introduce renewable liquefied biogas into our fuel mix. This opportunity supports our high-end sustainability requirements.”

Jacob Granqvist, Sales Director Maritime at Gasum, added: “Gasum is committed to working for a carbon-neutral future and helping our customers to reduce their own carbon footprint by providing cleaner energy. We are happy to support Preem towards greener shipping and particularly their vision of leading the transition towards a sustainable society.”

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