Yes, sure. How about some more complexity when it comes to cleaning exhaust gases? Because the scrubbers that bring normal heavy bunkers in line with current regulation are at the very limit. They produce plenty of toxic sludge that must be disposed of. What will be done to the side products of the CO2? Thats not the way forward. If you use LNG as a fuel you can already skip the entire toxic sludge part as there are no scrubbers necessary. And for CO2, we just need a reality-based attitude towards energy and the climate.
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