Heavylift company tests biofuel on offshore vessel

Dutch Jumbo is testing a biofuel on an offshore vessel in the North Sea. The fuel was developed by Goodfuels, which assesses that it may reduce CO2 emissions considerably.

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Dutch heavylift shipping company Jumbo Maritime has initiated a trial, in which the company will test a biofuel on an offshore ship to lower CO2 emissions, Jumbo Maritime informs in a statement.

The fuel is developed by producer Goodfuels, and, according to the company, it may reduce CO2 emissions by 80-90 percent well-to-propeller compared to fossil fuels.

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