Sea-LNG, which counts a number of shipping members, energy companies, and engine manufacturers, comes forth with a harsh criticism of a new NGO report, which claims that an annual two-digit billion-euro figure in subsidies is needed to make carriers move away from traditional fossil fuels to ”renewable” liquefied natural gas (e-LNG).
According to the lobby organization, the new LNG report, which is conducted by the International Council of Clean Transportation (ICCT), makes ”flawed” assumptions on the back of ”outdated data” in relation to LNG and e-LNG.
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