NGO criticizes LNG as fuel: Could do more harm than good

LNG as ship fuel can do more harm than good in the shipping industry's efforts to reduce its emissions, according to a new report from NGO International Council on Clean Transportation. Find the report here.

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When ships sail on LNG rather than traditional fuels, it does more harm than good to the environment.

This is the criticism leveled by NGO International Council on Clean Transportation, which has put together a new report in which it looks into LNG as one of the candidates for ship fuel of the future.

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