Established players bet on methanol as ship fuel in Scandinavia

A new consortium sets out to build a PtX plant in Scandinavia that can convert waste into sustainable methanol as an alternative transport fuel. Six of such facilities will be established in the Nordic region over the coming ten years.

Visualization of the plant to be built in the coming years by a consortium led by Sweden's Liquid Wind. | Photo: Liquid Wind

Nascent Swedish company Liquid Wind will act as project lead on a commercial-scale renewable fuel endeavor.

The firm has entered a consortium consisting of Axpo, Cowi, Carbon Clean Solutions, Haldor Topsøe, Nel Hydrogen and Siemens.

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