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Ports Set Out to Harmonize LNG Bunkering

A network of ports from northern Europe to Singapore and even the United States have banded together to develop the the world’s first set of harmonized LNG bunkering standards as use of LNG as a marine fuel becomes more and more prevalent. The network includes the ports of Antwerp, Rotterdam, Zeebrugge, and Singapore, and will […] The post Ports Set Out to Harmonize LNG Bunkering appeared first on gCaptain.
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