Shippers Adopt Cleaner Fuels as Policy Tightens

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The shipping sector is ramping up efforts to adopt cleaner bunker fuels to meet tightening regulatory standards and more ambitious decarbonization targets. The industry, which accounts for more than 3% of global carbon emissions, is implementing a multifuel transition approach, with LNG and methanol potentially serving as fuels for new vessels until zero-carbon solutions become viable.

LNG Demand, Hydrogen, Policy and Regulation, CO2 Emissions
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