LNG lobby takes a swipe at Søren Skou

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) is a necessary transitional fuel for shipping, according to organization Sea-LNG, and shipping execs, such as Maersk's Søren Skou, are endangering the sector by calling for a ban on oil products for maritime fuel. Updated.

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CEO of Maersk Søren Skou risks forcing the shipping industry into a fix for calling on the world's politicians to ban the use of oil products as fuel in shipping.

This is the view held by Sea-LNG, which represents producers and users of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as fuel in vessels. Members include oil companies like Shell and Totalenergies and carriers like K Line and Carnival Corporation.

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