Nordic minister warns the age of LNG-fueled ships is over

With a fuel agenda under development both in technological and political terms, it’s no longer enough to have newbuilds that only sail on liquefied natural gas, warns the Norwegian presidency of the Nordic Council of Ministers. ”I wouldn’t invest in LNG ships today,” climate minister tells ShippingWatch.

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BRUSSELS – He’s in no position to decide how the world’s shipping companies must spend their money, but that doesn’t prevent Norwegian Minister of Climate and Environment Espen Barth Eide from stating in the clearest terms:

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