Shell challenges World Bank in dispute over future shipping fuel

If global shipping wants to reduce CO2 emissions, shipping companies cannot exclude LNG, states Shell in the heated debate over the controversial fuel, which the World Bank has largely written off.

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If the maritime industry wants to reduce CO2 emissions, there is no way around LNG as a fuel, assesses Shell, one of the world's leading producers of fossil fuels.

The statement thus opposes the World Bank, which in a recent report more or less writes off LNG as a transitional fuel until shipping has access to sustainable fuels.

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