- Nov 23, 2020 5:33 pm GMT
The use of LNG as a transport fuel is growing. However, demand for LNG as a fuel is sure to rise rapidly, catalysed by the increasingly by the operations of IMO 2020 Regulations mandating strict emissions control for the shipping industry, stringent energy deficit in some parts of Africa, and the oil and gas industry’s ability to reinvent itself as it seeks new markets to serve. To help encourage the rapid and widespread adoption of LNG as a fuel, there is a clear need to ensure stakeholder support for the deployment of LNG Filling Stations to support Natural Gas Vehicles deployment.
Regardless of the uncertainty in the global LNG market, LNG as a fuel may very well be the game changer in Africa’s quest to monetize its abundant gas resources.
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