Sohmen-Pao calls transition to CO2-free fuels "a minefield to navigate"

In a rare interview, Andreas Sohmen-Pao unveils some of BW Group's considerations about the ongoing climate transition in shipping, which he describes as "a minefield to navigate". He also takes stock of BW's many acquisitions over the past year.

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"It's a minefield to navigate, and there's no straight path," states Andreas Sohmen-Pao, Chairman of BW Group, when confronted with the question of the necessity and profitability of the enormous transformation that the global energy supply is currently undergoing.

From a world with a growing, problematic use of fossil fuels, to a new era of sustainable, CO2-free fuels that must protect the planet and climate.

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