After ordering eight 16,000-TEU methanol-powered container ships in August, Maersk has chosen to exercise the included option for four more such vessels. Hyundai Heavy Industries will build the vessels that are to be delivered in 2025, one year after the first series...
Global Energy Group and Proman will jointly develop a methanol plant in the Port of Nigg in Scotland. It will produce zero-emission fuel with the help of energy generated by offshore wind farms. The planned facility will supply green methanol for shipping, automotive...
Maersk, a leading global shipping line, is looking for sustainable alternatives to conventional diesel fuel. E-methanol could become a possible solution. Together with Reintegrate and European Energy, the logistics company will launch a new project, which is dedicated...
Seven years earlier than Maersk initially planned, the company will operate a carbon neutral container ship. The methanol-fuelled feeder vessel is to hit the water in 2023. The container liner says all its future newbuildings will have dual-fuel technology, enabling...
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