Natural gas supplier eyes rise in LNG orders

The trend of using LNG as marine fuel accelerated in 2017, says service supplier Titan LNG. CMA CGM's new mega-vessels will be among those sailing on the liquefied natural gas.

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More than one in ten vessels ordered last year will sail on liquefied natural gas (LNG), according to natural gas service supplier Titan LNG.

In 2017 close to 11 percent of all newbuild orders were for LNG-driven vessels, according to the company, which expects this trend to continue in 2018.

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