Container majors must cooperate to find fuel of the future

The world's four largest container lines are prepared to collaborate through a new billion-dollar CO2 fund to find a solution for future fuels. Low-hanging fruits have been picked, and previous initiatives no longer work, says Maersk Director of Regulatory Affairs Simon Bergulf.

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The uncertainty surrounding future carbon-free fuels is forcing normally competing container lines to share knowledge to a far higher degree than previously.

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