Swedish tanker shipping company Stena Bulk, which currently operates a fleet of 110 tankers, now sets out five targets aimed at making the company's vessels and business climate neutral by 2050 at the latest, informs the company in an announcement.
The first of the five milestones was checked off the list in 2020, when Stena Bulk introduced an initiative that allows customers to buy CO2 compensation and opt for biofuel to be used during the transport.
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