Azane Fuel Solutions was created during the pandemic using Teams

Azane Fuel Solutions was established in the middle of the pandemic. Digital meetings and planning over the phone proved no obstacles for top execs at Amon Maritime and Econnect Energy during the start-up. Now they have to set up bunkering terminals for ammonia in two and a half years.

André Risholm, CEO of Amon Maritime, and Morten Christophersen, CEO of Econnect Energy | Photo: Amon Maritime og Econnect Energy

Azane Fuel Solutions will have its first bunkering terminal for ammonia ready in 2023. Certainly, it's an ambitious goal, they say, but the two relatively new companies will move forward in the entrepreneurial spirit that endures to this day.

It is how the company was established in the first place, after all – in the middle of a pandemic, and using Teams at that.

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