Three companies, including Wärtsilä, are actively looking at the potential for LNG as a transport fuel both on land and for bunkering in South Africa. This could see LNG bunkering facilities built that will cater primarily to European customers, who must comply with marine emissions legislation.
"I think South Africa is even better placed than Nigeria, as all the traffic from east to west is really concentrated at the tip of South Africa," Wayne Glossop, business development manager at Wärtsilä, told Interfax Natural Gas Daily. "We...
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