Dan-Bunkering: Market not ready for LNG

Demand for the environmentally friendly fuel LNG is no where near a level at which it will pay off to enter the market, Dan-Bunkering CEO, Henrik Zederkof, states. He sees several challenges in the EU proposal to create a European LNG infrastructure.

Demand is alpha and omega when a company has to enter a new market and concerning LNG, demand is still missing which is why Dan-Bunkering is not ready to gamble on the environmentally friendly fuel just yet. According to its CEO, Henrik Zederkof, Dan-Bunkering has only received a few inquiries for LNG but rather than the construction of LNG terminals, the inquiries called for investments in LNG vessels. He states that LNG has not reached a level at which it is sufficiently mature to enter the market.

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