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Global sulphur cap may boost O&M infrastructure

Projected uptake in LNG as marine fuel seen spurring investments in LNG-fuelled vessels and other supply-chain assets

IE Singapore in its recently published insights on the LNG market identified this as an opening for O&M players seeking to tide over a drastic decline in contracting opportunities in the upstream oil & gas sector.


THERE is hope within the offshore and marine (O&M) industry that with the International Maritime Organization (IMO) paving the way for a 2020 global sulphur cap, demand is set to expand for marine infrastructure required in the liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering value...

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