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Growing popularity of LNG as a fuel in maritime and land transport

Less than 1% of the world fleet is LNG-powered, but this figure is expected to grow at least fivefold over the coming years. Recent figures suggest that the use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a fuel for maritime and land transport could significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions from transport. 



According to a recent review article, the popularity of LNG as a fuel is on the rise. The technology is well developed, and the number of ships and vehicles fuelled by LNG is expected to grow. [1]


LNG as a maritime fuel 


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