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DNV to shipowners: Change to LNG now

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Shipping companies should pay heed to IMO’s demands and change to LNG as soon as possible, DNV’s Head of Maritime Advisory, Henning Mohn, tells Shippingwatch at the Sea Asia 2013 in Singapore. It is the cheapest solution in the long run, he believes.


BY TENNA SCHOER
Published 11.04.13 at 10:24

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