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LNG World News Staff Image courtesy of PSA MarineMarine services provider PSA Marine has ordered a dual-fuel LNG harbour tug and is eyeing a similar ordered for January 2018. The company, a unit of PSA International, that operates over 60 tugs, said in a statement that the two dual-fuel LNG vessels are scheduled for delivery in 2019.Under the LNG bunkering pilot programme, PSA Marine will receive a grant of up to S$2 million for each vessel from the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA).The decision to add the two dual-fuel LNG tugs to its fleet is a step towards supporting MPA’s drive towards a sustainable maritime transport system.The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore has recently injected another S$12 million ($8.91m) to boost liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering in the Port of Singapore.Half of this sum has been set aside to co-fund the building of new LNG bunker vessels (LBVs) to facilitate the development of ship-to-ship LNG bunkering in the Port of Singapore.The remaining half will be used to top up MPA’s existing co-funding programme to support the building of LNG-fuelled vessels.
South Bend, IN—Ric Hertel, the prosecuting attorney in Ripley County, has been appointed to investigate the June 16 shooting where, Eric Logan, was shot and killed by South Bend Police Sergeant Ryan O’Neill at the Central High Apartments.According to Hertel, they will specifically be from southeast Indiana. They’re going to be detectives, crime scene investigators, and evidence technicians. Hertel has asked state police to give him a team of investigators to assist him throughout the investigation specifically from southeastern Indiana.A press conference was held Tuesday to discuss his role. Hertel says his responsibility is to investigate, re-investigate, or oversee and review the shooting of Logan.“When I’m asked about a time frame, my response is going to be, ‘As long as it takes.’ I don’t want to rush the detectives or the crime scene investigators. We want to make sure that it’s complete when we are finished,” Hertel said. Hertel says he will not be giving updates while the investigation is going on.