Maritime, energy players combine to develop “onboard” carbon capture tech to reduce shipping emissions

Published 11:44 on October 6, 2022  /  Last updated at 02:30 on October 7, 2022  /  International, Shipping  /  No Comments

A consortium of players in the energy and shipping industries launched a project this week to explore the viability of carbon capture on vessels, reflecting a push to explore the utilisation of the technology to reduce emissions from shipping, a sector which is heavily dependent on fossil fuels but faces increasing pressure to decarbonise its operations.

A consortium of players in the energy and shipping industries launched a project this week to explore the viability of carbon capture on vessels, reflecting a push to explore the utilisation of the technology to reduce emissions from shipping, a sector which is heavily dependent on fossil fuels but faces increasing pressure to decarbonise its operations.

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