As a clean and competitively-priced fuel, Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) remains one of the most promising solutions for reducing emissions from shipping.
However, despite all its advantages, a number of barriers are stifling the widespread uptake of LNG as a marine bunker. Then again, the 2020 global 0.5% sulphur cap may as well be a breakthrough moment in this regard.
With more than 90% of global trade carried by sea, shipping is a lynchpin of the global economy, and it is widely agreed that this form of transportation remains the most efficient mode of moving freight on a tonne per kilometre basis.
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