Clerc wants Maersk's ships to run on fuels other than methanol

Although Maersk is a co-owner of new energy company C2X, which has A.P. Moller Holding as its main owner, the shipping company will not commit to all its ships sailing on green methanol. 
"It may be that in a few years we will order ammonia-powered ships when the technology is more mature," Vincent Clerc, CEO of Maersk, said at a press conference. | Photo: Mads Claus Rasmussen
"It may be that in a few years we will order ammonia-powered ships when the technology is more mature," Vincent Clerc, CEO of Maersk, said at a press conference. | Photo: Mads Claus Rasmussen
Af Dag Holmstad, Jens Thomsen

It is likely that Maersk will order a few more ships that will be able to run on green methanol than the 25 ships already on order at shipyards, but after that, it becomes more uncertain which green fuels the ships will run on.

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