Synthetic natural gas cuts GHG emissions on container ship

The GHG emission reductions were calculated based on the operations of the ElbBLUE, which bunkered synthetic marine fuel in September 2021.

Source: MAN Energy Solutions

MAN Energy Solutions has reported that the 1,036-TEU container ship, ElbBLUE – the former Wes Amelie – has reduced its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 27% by operating on a blend of climate-neutral, synthetic natural gas (SNG) and conventional liquefied natural gas (LNG), compared to LNG alone.

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