March 2013
International Cruise & Ferry Review;Spring/Summer2013, p104
Trade Publication
The article discusses how ferry operator Stena Line's has been greening its operations including reducing bunker consumption through technical and engineering improvements, using sustainable engine technology, and plans to adapt ferries to methanol operation by 2018.


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