LNG debate highlights fuel choice challenge

LNG boasts a significant reduction in NOx and SOx, but Adams argues CO2 reductions can be offset by methane slip (Chart courtesy of DNV GL; methanol produced from natural gas)

In the wake of IMO decisions on shipping emissions, rival perspectives have resurfaced on the potential of LNG to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) pollution from ships.

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