Future marine fuels

Singapore sees possibilities in onboard carbon capture and storage:

Maybe because that MAY lengthen the time existing bunkering business will be viable?

The “Sugar King” Robert Kuok wants in, so it has to be good business:

PS> He is also interested because he own several shipping companies that need to be prepared for the future marine fuel.

Others are also looking at Carbon Capture as a way forward:

Popular comparison in another context here, but first time I’ve seen it used in respect of conversion to "green shipping and future fuels:

Vale is going for multi-fuel capabilities for the ULOC on their charter:

Maersk don’t think ICS is ambitious enough when it comes to “green changes” in shipping:

Before ships can sail emission free there have to be bunkering possibilities:

Detailed study of the pros and cons for various contenders for future marine fuel:

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The question of which will be the future marine fuel dominates the shipping media these days:

Although emissions discussions focus on future fuels that will power shipping cleanly, energy efficiency remains the true and immediate enabler of decarbonisation, writes Aleksander Askeland of Yara Marine Technologies.

New ships ordered with alternative fuel capabilities is increasing:

Quick study on alternative energy sources (ammonia, methanol, hydrogen and batteries) on icebreakers:

Ammonia predicted to be the winner to become the leading marine fuel by 2050:

How about propane it burns clean in my truck

Massive release of Co2 when its produced