Maersk will now sail on cooking oil to reduce CO2 emissions

Maersk is ready to partially sail on cooking oil in its effort to become CO2-neutral. Clothing group H&M is the first customer on board to use the ships sailing on the new fuel mix.

Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Jerry Lampen

Maersk is ready to fill its tanks with recycled cooking oil on its enormous container vessels in its pursuit of becoming CO2-neutral in 2050.

The new fuel, which limits CO2 emissions, has already been tested and consists of a mix of recycled cooking oil and traditional heavy fuel oil, as is used on many vessels.

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