Shell, CPC Advance Carbon-Neutral LNG Cargo

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Shell and Taiwan's CPC have become the first firms to adopt the International Group of LNG Importers' emissions framework for the delivery of a greenhouse gas- (GHG) neutral LNG cargo, in a sign of what could be renewed interest in "green" LNG supplies.

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