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Maersk and DFDS are among six Danish groups behind a project they hope will see green hydrogen and e-fuel deliver 250,000 tonnes of fuel annually by 2030
Retrofitting existing technologies would be a cost-effective way of reducing shipping’s carbon footprint, a Danish report suggests. The pandemic has pushed sustainable fuels further into the future
Kogas has begun to install loading arms for bunkering operations at Tongyeong, while Western Australia is slashing port dues for vessels bunkering LNG at Pilbara
Recent insolvencies marring Singapore’s oil sector may stoke a fresh debate about credit risk mitigation
ABB Marine & Ports managing director believes it is time to allow technology to mature, while shipping moves past the coronavirus crisis
Traders constrained by a lack of supporting credit face increasing challenges to buy cargoes for the purpose of future sales and this would not help lift oil prices
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