World Bank rejects LNG as usable fuel to reach climate goal by 2050

In a new statement, the World Bank rejects liquefied natural gas, LNG, as a usable ship fuel to reduce CO2 emissions in shipping and meet the IMO's climate targets by 2050. Instead, the bank points to ammonia and hydrogen.


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