Shipping industry advances progress on cleaner fuels as EU aims to tighten regulation

Published 16:14 on February 17, 2021  /  Last updated at 18:40 on February 17, 2021  /  EMEA, EU ETS, International, RINs & LCFS, Shipping  /  No Comments

Danish shipowner Maersk announced Wednesday that its first carbon neutral vessels could operate from 2023, a rollout far faster than previously planned and coming as the wider EU shipping industry urges Brussels to impose targets for cleaner fuels as part of its climate package due in June.

Danish shipowner Maersk announced Wednesday that its first carbon neutral vessels could operate from 2023, a rollout far faster than previously planned and coming as the wider EU shipping industry urges Brussels to impose targets for cleaner fuels as part of its climate package due in June.

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