Liquefied Natural Gas as an alternative fuel: a regional-level social cost-benefit appraisal

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Moreira, Paulo Jorge Pires; Caetano, Fernando J. P.;
(2017)
  • Publisher: Eastern European Business and Economics Journal
  • Subject: Contingent valuation | Environmental | Social cost-benefit analysis | health and non-health impacts | Portuguese merchant fleet | Liquefied Natural Gas

The impact from traditional marine fuels has the potential of causing health and non-health damages and contributes to climate change. Here, the introduction of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) as an energy end-use fuel for marine purposes is analysed. The aim of this study ... View more
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