MOL maps out $2bn route to zero-emissions by 2050
Japanese shipping conglomerate is planning to increase its LNG-fuelled fleet, install wind-powered systems on board vessels and develop emission-free fuels as well as the supply chain
Running a giant fleet of 800 vessels, MOL wants to equip its fleet with about 90 LNG-fuelled vessels, excluding LNG carriers, by 2030, and 110 zero-emission ocean-going ships by 2035
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