EU needs greater ambition for zero emissions shipping to avoid LNG trap, green think-tank warns

Published 11:22 on October 20, 2022  /  Last updated at 11:22 on October 20, 2022  /  EMEA, International, Shipping  /  No Comments

EU regulatory efforts to spur the decarbonisation of shipping need to be strengthened to avoid the use of LNG as a transitional lower emissions fuel for vessels, a shift which would not only undermine efforts to realise climate goals for the sector but also mitigate the region’s energy security objectives, a non-profit think-tank has warned.

EU regulatory efforts to spur the decarbonisation of shipping need to be strengthened to avoid the use of LNG as a transitional lower emissions fuel for vessels, a shift which would not only undermine efforts to realise climate goals for the sector but also mitigate the region’s energy security objectives, a non-profit think tank-has warned.

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