Marine LNG to blossom in China starting from its first ECAs
China is not likely to align with World Bank's call by rolling back its LNG bunkering ambitions, which are seen as key to slashing emissions in three major bodies of water: the Yangtze River, Pearl River and Bohai Bay. Shanghai, Shenzhen and Zhoushan have also staked claims as LNG bunkering ports for ships calling at China when serving international trades
One researcher forecast the Yangtze River may need 2,800 LNG-fuelled ships — and the Pearl River Delta a further 700 vessels
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