Bunker firm believes in scrubber rather than LNG solution

According to the The Danish Maritime Authority, LNG could very well be the future fuel for ships, yet bunker group Monjasa is looking toward a global scrubber solution. “Right now we are observing what the market is doing,” says CEO Anders Østergaard.

A long list of countries by the North Sea, the English Channel, and the Baltic have done careful preparations through investments in LNG-plants and the natural gas which looks more and more like a serious contender for the position as the fuel of the future. The countries are preparing for the new international sulphur limits which take effect on January 1 2015.

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