European ports sceptical of EU LNG proposal

The European Commission has presented its proposal to the establishment and expansion of an EU LNG infrastructure. 139 ports have been identified as frontrunners. However, the European Sea Ports Organisation thinks the EU has handled the situation the wrong way.

Photo: AP Photo, Yves Logghe

The European Commission has chosen 139 concrete European ports which will all have LNG bunker facilities making Liquefied Natural Gas a realistic alternative for heavy fuel within a decade.

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