Svitzer, Rolls-Royce, and Teekay in LNG collaboration

Several major players in the maritime industry have formed a joint venture in an effort to evaluate LNG as a maritime fuel. Svitzer, Rolls-Royce, and Teekay are just a few.

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Several major players from the shipping industry are calling for a better regulatory framework as well as financial incentives to kick-start the shipping industry's conversion to LNG.

The collaboration of comapnies is focused on the use of LNG in Australia, and among the parties involved are Svitzer, Swire, Rolls-Royce Marine, and Teekay.

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