Euronav's CEO points to hydrogen and ammonia as the fuel of the future

The green fuel of the future will be either hydrogen or ammonia. At least if you ask Euronav CEO Hugo De Stoop, who points out the two candidates as the "winners" on the road to achieving the industry's target of reduced emissions.

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Euronav chief executive Hugo De Stoop points to two candidates in the shipping industry's efforts to find a clean fuel capable of lowering emissions in the future.

"The winners have already been decided and that is going to be either hydrogen or ammonia," De Stoop says in an interview with platform S&P Global Platts.

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