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Shippers reluctant to turn to LNG as fuel despite future standards

Featuring Luke Stobbart and Desmond Wong

March 25, 2015 17:55:00 EST (3:48 mins)

Platts LNG editors Desmond Wong and Luke Stobbart dive into the reluctance of ship owners to convert vessels to LNG. Lower crude prices means there's less of a cost savings to be had by using LNG instead of marine gasoil, despite future standards that will further restrict fuels.

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