CMA CGM sees biomethane as the next step for much criticized LNG

With a bet on biomethane for the gas network, CMA CGM wants to "provoke investments and scale" in the market, and sees biomethane as a next step for LNG, says Farid Trad, VP of Bunkering and Energy Transition in CMA, to ShippingWatch.

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French CMA CGM, the world's third-largest container carrier, is working hard to develop fuel alternatives to bunker oil and liquefied natural gas (LNG).

According to CMA CGM, biomethane may be a strong supplement or a replacement of the fossil fuel LNG, which has long been criticized by several parties – most recently the World Bank.

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