LNG: Who has it wrong?

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Jury finds Unix Line first engineer guilty in “magic pipe” case

The company pleaded guilty. He didn’t. Now he could face hefty prison term. Full Article

Kerry: U.S. seeks IMO goal of zero emissions by 2050

Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry says “the United States is committing to work with countries in the International Maritime Organization to adopt a goal of achieving zero emissions from international shipping by 2050.” Full Article

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World Bank: Limited role for LNG in shipping decarbonization

One of two reports on decarbonizing shipping published last week by the World Bank sees LNG as “likely to play a limited role” in decarbonizing the sector and recommends that countries should “avoid new public policy that supports LNG as a bunker fuel, reconsider existing policy support, and continue to regulate methane emissions.” Full Article

SEA-LNG: World Bank has it wrong on LNG

“Waiting for future fuels and not fully utilizing LNG, which is safe, proven, competitive, and available today, is a mistake,” says Peter Keller, chairman of SEA-LNG. Full Article