Maersk points to four future fuels: Several barriers still need to be overcome

Maersk has now identified four fuels that will help the container line achieve its ambition of become carbon-neutral by 2050. But several barriers must first be overcome before the fuels can be considered real alternatives.

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The world's biggest container line, Maersk, is currently working with four types of fuel for the future.

The four fuels being examined are ammonia, methanol, biodiesel and lignin fuels, which are made from biomass such as rice, informs Maersk's sustainability report, issued in connection with the group's annual report for 2020.

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