Maersk's climate strategy excludes oil and LNG

With its 2050 climate plan, Maersk excludes the use of both oil and LNG as fuel. ShippingWatch closely examines the CO2 plan, which is more ambitious than IMO's stategy.

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With an ambition stretching more than 30 years into the future, Maersk has initiated a final confrontation, which will eventually completely phase-out the use of fossil fuels.

The new climate plan aims to end the use of fuels such as oil and gas on Maersk's vessels by 2050, informs John Kornerup-Bang, head of sustainability strategy & chief advisor for climate change, in an interview with ShippingWatch.

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