Enough bio-LNG could be produced to supply 16% of marine fuel demand by 2030, a new study produced by industry coalition SEA-LNG has found.

The work, done in partnership with Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University’s Maritime Energy and Sustainable Development Centre of Excellence (MESD), and presented on Wednesday, showed that this would be done by blending it at a 20% rate with fossil LNG.

The study also showed that bio-LNG can cut greenhouse gas emissions by between 50% and 80% compared to using marine diesel.