LNG-for-transport needs investment to fulfil potential

More cash will be needed for LNG to expand further into the road and maritime transport sectors, delegates at a conference in Hamburg heard this week More cash will be needed for LNG to expand further into the road and maritime transport sectors, delegates at a conference in Hamburg heard this week.
By Andreas Walstad 27 April 2018 0 30624
A ferry fuelled by LNG An LNG-fuelled ferry. (Fjord Line)

Investment is being made in LNG refuelling infrastructure across Europe’s marine and road transport sectors, but the pace will have to increase if the fuel’s vast potential is to be fully exploited, according to speakers at the Third International LNG Summit in Hamburg this week. 

Slawomir Sieradzki, director of the development division at Polish transmission system operator Gaz System, noted that the number of small-scale refuelling facilities for ships in Europe increased from 31 in 2016 to almost 50 in 2017, with stations...

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