Hapag-Lloyd and Port of Rotterdam defend LNG as a fuel for shipping

Germany's Hapag-Lloyd and the Port of Rotterdam tell ShippingWatch that they stand by their commitment to liquefied natural gas, despite the World Bank's statement criticizing it as an alternative fuel for shipping.

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