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LNG for ships, Société Générale joins the international alliance

The French group is the first financial institution to become member of SEA\LNG

20180111_3.jpgSEA\LNG grows by adding the first financial institution. Société Générale has actually joined the international coalition for adoption of LNG as a marine fuel established in 2016, which now has 30 members.
“The use of LNG as a marine fuel is gradually becoming a global reality. In line with our wider environmental commitment to promoting greener solutions, we recognize the benefits of LNG in lowering local pollution and greenhouse gas emissions,” explained Global Head of Shipping Finance, Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking, Paul Taylor.
“Innovative financing is a core component to breaking down barriers to adoption of LNG and Société Générale is at the forefront of developing frameworks to support this evolution,” said SEA\LNG chairman, Peter Keller.


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11 January 2018 - 10:39 CET