Shell's shipping chief sees hydrogen as the best contender for fuel of the future

Hydrogen looks like the best contender for ship fuel of the future, says Shell. The oil major's global head of shipping notes that other parts of the transport sector are also looking to hydrogen, which reduces costs related to infrastructure.

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Oil major Shell believes that hydrogen will be an important fuel on the path toward a greener shipping industry.

This summer, Shell announced that the company is aiming to become climate neutral by 2050. Part of this ambition is the development of a more climate friendly fuel that can be used by Shell's large fleet of tanker ships.

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