Seaspan's customers have ordered 70 ships – all fossil-fueled

Despite a comprehensive newbuild program, shipowner Seaspan has no orders for ships that can be powered by fuels other than fossil fuels or LNG. However, the company's COO expects to implement two alternative fuels.

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Seaspan, the world's largest shipowner, has placed no orders for ships that can be powered by fuels other than bunker oil or LNG.

Like several other carriers, Seaspan is also waiting to see what the next commercially available green fuel will be.

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