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LNG as a Maritime Future Fuel

Year: 2021
Language: english
Author: RightShip
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: >0
Description: As the world looks at ways of reducing GHG emissions and limiting the impacts of climate
change and adhering to the Paris Agreement’s temperature goals, the maritime industry continues to look for
meaningful ways to reduce its emissions.
Shipping is coming under increasing pressure to change course to more efficient and sustainable operational
practices. International groups like the International Maritime Organisation (IMO), as well as private companies
and the wider public are pushing for this change. To achieve this, alternative fuels are seen as a key factor in
making the maritime industry more sustainable. The aim of zero emissions from the maritime industry aligns
to RightShip’s Vision of “A maritime industry that causes zero harm”.




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