NGOs want CMA CGM to drop orders on LNG ships

Ship It Zero praises CMA CGM’s decision to order methanol-powered container ships. But the French carrier ought to cancel its orders on LNG ships, according to the NGO collaboration.

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CMA CGM’s order for methanol-powered container vessels is praised by the NGO collaboration Ship It Zero, which, on the other hand, urges the French container line to drop its orders of liquefied natural gas (LNG) ships.

The call arrives after CMA CGM Friday announced 16 new ship orders, of which six are 15,000-teu vessels prepared to sail on methanol via dual-fuel engines, while the remaining ten orders concern LNG-powered ships.

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