New fuels will play minor role at Bunker Holding in ten years

Climate change mitigation in the shipping sector will bring a "significant change" for the world's largest bunker firm, Bunker Holding. Still, CEO Keld R. Demant expects only a small proportion of fuels to be new in 2030, he tells ShippingWatch.

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It will be more than a decade before new CO2-free fuels play any significant role in Bunker Holding's business, says Chief Executive Keld R. Demant in an interview with ShippingWatch.

The bunker group is a significant player in an industry where shipping's move away from oil and fossil fuels will impact the firm's commercial basis and what will be delivered to shipping companies in the future.

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