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LNG is not dead. long live LNG

This year, the IMO released the results of a much-anticipated report on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The terminology is significant. Up to this point, CO2 was the GHG recognized by the body. But LNG (liquefied natural gas)-powered ships suffer a ‘methane slip’—small leaks of unburned methane gas. Late last year, one engine maker showed us ...

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This year, the IMO released the results of a much-anticipated report on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The terminology is significant. Up to this point, CO2 was the GHG recognized by the body. But LNG (liquefied natural gas)-powered ships suffer a ‘methane slip’—small leaks of unburned methane gas. Late last year, one engine maker showed us ...

The post LNG is not dead. long live LNG first appeared on Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide.

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