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LNG ship generator engines leak more methane than main engines, study finds

Study finds 3.8% average methane slip from LNG carrier on roundtrip from US to Belgium. But about 8% of all LNG sent to the smaller generator engines ends up in the atmosphere

Generator engines on LNG carriers leak more climate-warming methane than main engines despite being much less powerful, according to the first study of CO2 and methane emissions from an LNG carrier

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