LR decarbonisation report see divergent H2-based fuels and biofuels paths


Lloyd’s Register Maritime Decarbonisation Hub’s has launched a new The Future of Maritime Fuels report in which it examines a wide range of fuel mix projections. The analysis suggests that e-ammonia could emerge as the most highly adopted maritime fuel amongst hydrogen-based fuels, while liquefied bio-methane will dominate amongst biofuels.

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