MSC and Oldendorff join methanol association

Oldendorff and MSC join trade association Methanol Institute to explore the potential of the alternative marine fuel.

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Major carriers MSC and Oldendorff join Methanol Institute, an industry association dedicated to exploring the best implementation of alternative fuels in the shipping industry.

German Oldendorff and Italien MSC follow a growing number of companies in the maritime sector, including Maersk, Stena Bulk and MOL, working with methanol as a candidate for sustainable marine fuel in the industry's efforts to reduce harmful emissions by 2050.

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