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Should shipowners be investing in zero-carbon fuel production?

Australia is the biggest coal and the second-biggest LNG exporter in the world. It is now poised to cultivate a hydrogen industry. International collaboration with regional partners such as Singapore, Japan and South Korea will be key. But the need for new facilities, infrastructure and supply networks means that investment for fuel end-users, such as shipping companies, could be a defining factor

Zero carbon fuels such as ammonia will be necessary to meet decarbonisation targets, but should shipowners be considering investment further upstream in their production?

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