Several shipping companies, including Stena, already use methanol as a fuel on board vessels, and now the environmentally sound fuel is also being tested in Asia.
A project at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore is launching a trial using methanol as marine fuel. The project is backed by The Methanol Institute (MI), and according to the partners, this is the first time methanol is being evaluated as a marine fuel in Asia.
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