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The Sustainable Marine Transportation Conference 2011 - Part 6
This episode, Session 2: Energy Demand and LNG Supply Chains details ‘Prospects for the LNG Sector in South East Asia - Presentation of a recent LNG Study’ by Mr. Bjorn Tore Markussen, MD, DNV Clean Technology Centre, Singapore.
Duration: 00:19:41
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Martech 2010 Part - 03 - Panel Discussion
The topics discussed were how long will take to educate the current Engineers for diesel propel ships; The alternatives for an energy switch over; Environmental constraints and challenges global warming; The uses of LNG
Duration: 00:28:18
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Martech 2010 - 9th International Conference and Exhibition, Singapore - Part 2
This episode starts with the Keynote Session. Mr. Bjorn Markussen representing DNV addresses the audience on the topic ‘LNG in shipping’ He emphasizes that shipping in Asia and South East Asia should transport more of LNG as there is a greater demand for LNG in these developing nations in Asia and South East Asia. This episode ends with a Panel Discussion .
Duration: 00:26:18
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