LNG is transitional fuel sought after as key part of the multi-pathway energy road to 2050

The momentum behind uptake of liquefied natural gas as a marine fuel is growing. There have been increasing numbers of orders at shipyards for gas-fuelled vessels, bunkering vessels and investment in LNG bunkering infrastructure, all of which will encourage more owners to consider LNG for future projects.

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