Greener energy fuels the future for the Baltic Sea

  • 2012-03-21
  • By Omar Heymans
TALLINN - Liquefied natural gas (LNG) used as ship fuel is gaining momentum in the Baltic Sea and elsewhere. “Increasing focus on LNG as a clean and cost-effective ship fuel has brought forward initiatives throughout the shipping industry, preparing the ground for a more rapid introduction of LNG as fuel for ships in all segments,” COO of DNV Asia & Middle East, Remi Eriksen, said at a press conference during ‘Marintec China’ in Shanghai last year.“We believe 500 LNG-fuelled ships will be on order by 2015, several thousand by 2020,” Eriksen said...
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