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Hapag-Lloyd’s complex conversion to LNG

IMO 2020 will help reduce shipping’s sulphur emissions but does nothing to tackle greenhouse gas emissions. German carrier Hapag-Lloyd looks beyond 2020 by trialling the use of liquefied natural gas as a mid-term solution to cut carbon emissions

Converting an existing large containership to run on LNG is not a simple task, even if it is LNG-ready

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