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Baltic Ports Organization has initiated ‘LNG in Baltic Sea Ports’ project as a response to the IMO’s decisionto establish new sulphur content limits im marine fuels sailing in Emission Control Areas (coveringthe Baltic, the North Sea and the English Channel) from the 1st of January, 2015. Liquefied natural gasis perceived as one of key solutions to meet the new requirements.

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Baltic Ports Organization has announced the development of the “LNG in Baltic Sea Ports II” initiative within five ports of the Baltic Sea Region. The sequel project involves ports from Sweden, Germany and Lithuania. Three of them are TEN-T Core Network seaports and two are comprehensive ports. LNG small scale bunkering infrastructure studies are scheduled in the ports of: Helsingborg, Trelleborg, and Sundsvall, Rostock and Klaipėda (Klaipėdos Nafta).

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