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11 December 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 12:31 GMT+1

October 25, 2017

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will want Us of the time before the majority of the ships can opt for the GNL like
the infrastructures for the gas supply - it has evidenced Mattioli (Confitarma) - are still relatively limited

Is probable that it will still want us of the time before the majority of the ships can opt for the liquified natural gas as combustible. It has evidenced today the Shipping president of the Italian Confederation (Confitarma), Mario Mattioli, in the course of the convention "Gas, pipelines and geopolitics" organized in the within of the Festival of the Diplomacy that holds to Rome from the 19 to 27 October.

"I use It of GNL as combustible - it has found Mattioli - "catch-as-catch-can-all" is emerged during the last few years like a potential solution in order to limit the emissions of the ships. Moreover the infrastructures for the GNL supply as combustible to the ships they are still relatively limited" and therefore - it has specified - will pass of the time before a wide employment to naval use of the which liquified natural gas.

Remembering that the marine industry follows with great attention and engagement the development of the norm on the emissions of co2 to international level and European level, Mattioli has specified that, "as often it is emphasized by ECSA, ICS and Confitarma, the shipowners are aware of the requirement to introduce relative measures to the emissions for the safeguard of the atmosphere, but - it has added - they consider of fundamental importance the fact that the new norms are total and not regional, in order not to create new distortions of the markets. The objective is that to adopt simple rules taking into consideration the operating requirements. The shipowners - he has concluded Mattioli - know that the challenge for the future is based on technologically advanced and efficient ships in terms of expenditure of energy, taking into consideration the necessity to reduce the costs and of the substantial investments in order to construct echo-ships".

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