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New refrigerant laws will impact LNG shipping costs Robert Chesters, managing director, Oceanic Technical Solutions.

New refrigerant laws will impact LNG shipping costs

The cost of refrigerant and regulatory compliance in the next five years will become as commercially important to LNG vessel operations as regulations governing sulphur emissions are today.

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