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09/29/2020 Director of NIIKPU took part in a round table organized by the Analytical Center for the Government of the Russian Federation, dedicated to the factors and growth potential of the LNG bunkering market in Russia, as well as the main barriers to its development.

Russia has set the task of increasing the consumption of natural gas in transport, and water transport is seen as one of the promising segments. The growing interest in LNG bunkering was also revealed by the studies carried out by the Analytical Center, said Irina Pominova, Deputy Head of the Fuel and Energy Complex and Housing and Utilities Department of the AC.

“When we talk about the LNG bunkering market, we must assume different markets,” explained Alexander Kurdin, head of research at the Fuel and Energy Complex and Housing and Utilities Department of AC. - On the one hand, this is a market associated with the sale of LNG for the supply of ships. On the other hand, these are the markets for equipment, LNG bunkers, infrastructure markets. That is, a whole industry complex that will work to develop the consumption of liquefied natural gas ”. Kurdin added that gas markets have suffered from recent fluctuations even more than oil ones, because gas markets lack coordinated regulatory mechanisms like the OPEC + agreement on oil markets.

According to him, it is expected that gas consumption in the world this year may decrease by 4%, but in 2021 it will return to the pre-crisis level. At the same time, the International Energy Agency predicts that the LNG bunkering market will grow from 0.7 billion cubic meters in 2018 to 50 billion cubic meters in 2040. Such large-scale expectations are caused by the increased requirements for the fuel of marine vessels. All this raises questions of how to develop gas consumption in the world, Kurdin said. Liquefied natural gas producers are already looking for new sales markets and are interested in developing this area.

The development of LNG production in Russia will ensure the growth of gas exports and have a positive effect on the economy of our country. However, for the large-scale development of the industry, it is necessary to solve a number of issues related to the increase in the production of LNG-fueled vessels, the optimization of operating rules, as well as the expansion of the infrastructure for LNG bunkering for domestic and international transport.

The Arctic can become a potential area for many LNG projects, said Alexander Klimentyev, Advisor to the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Sakha to the President of Russia. “The Northern Sea Route should become an international transport corridor that meets the advanced environmental requirements. Bunkering will ensure product sales and attract progressive ship owners for operations in the Russian Arctic, ”the expert noted.

Vasily Zinin, Executive Director of the National Gas Vehicle Association, said that the use of LNG saves about $ 1.3 million per vessel per vessel compared to low-sulfur fuel. State support, he said, is a global practice at the initial stage of the development of the LNG bunkering market. In Russia, a comprehensive state program can become an effective mechanism, Zinin added.

A source: https://ac.gov.ru