US and EU team up on transatlantic corridor

“Sustainable transport fuels... can really drive our decarbonisation future”:  Lars Robert Pedersen of BIMCO  Image: Pixabay

Ports and organisations in Belgium and the US have teamed up to boost transatlantic cooperation on decarbonisation efforts

he memorandum of understanding to explore a green shipping corridor and the import/export of greener energies brings on board the Center for Houston’s Future, Waterstofnet, the ports of Houston in Texas and Antwerp-Bruges in Belgium, ABS, the Blue Sky Maritime Coalition, and Exmar.

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