Germany subsidizes Essberger Tankers' acquisition of eight LNG-powered tankers

Essberger Tankers has ordered up to eight chemical tankers all set to use LNG-powered dual fuel engines, and this triggers millions in euros in subsidies from the German state, which wants to build out LNG infrastructure in Germany.

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German chemical tanker carrier Essberger Tankers orders up to eight chemical tankers, set to be powered by LNG dual fuel engines.

The choice of LNG has triggered million of euros in subsidy from the German government that could total up to EUR 12.6 million.

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