Greece wants to be at the forefront of LNG

Greek Minister of Shipping Miltiadis Varvitsiotis is deeply committed to making LNG big in Greece, according to Sustainable Shipping.

Greece should be a leading player when it comes to using LNG as fuel, says Greek Minister of Shipping Miltiadis Varvitsiotis in relation to a meeting with the Piraeus Port authorities and Piraeus Bank this week, reports Sustainable Shipping.

Carriers' costs and the shipping industry's competitiveness make the Greek minister excited about LNG, and he also points out that the use of LNG falls in line with European policies aimed at reducing pollution.

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