Research backs LNG use in the Arctic

WWF says that damage to the Arctic from shipping could be greatly reduced by switching to LNG

A study commissioned by WWF-Canada on the use marine fuel alternatives in the Canadian Arctic has found that the risks of using heavy fuel oil for shipping operations could be greatly reduced by switching to liquefied natural gas.

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