Torm wants ships sailing on green fuels no later than 2030

It makes sense that carriers with fixed routes are the first to launch green, carbon-free ships. Carriers such as Torm will be hit by a lack of green energy, says Torm's chief executive to ShippingWatch.

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Product tanker operator Torm, which has just moved its climate targets forward by five years, is reluctant to predict when the company's tankers are to sail on green fuels, says Torm CEO Jacob Meldgaard in an interview with ShippingWatch.

I don't see that Torm sails on green fuels exclusively in 2030, but we want ships that are prepared for green sailing

Jacob Meldgaard, Torm CEO

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