Construction starts on world's first LNG-powered ship

Madeleine Cuff
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Cruise ships are set to run on natural gas from the 2020s | Credit: Carnival Corporation
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Cruise ships are set to run on natural gas from the 2020s | Credit: Carnival Corporation

Travel giant Carnival Corporation starts build on first of its 'next generation' cruise ships that will run on cleaner fuel to cut air pollution

Construction is now underway on the world's first cruise ship to be fully powered by Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) as the industy attempts to shake off criticism over the air pollution its ships emit...

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