Japanese Builder Commits Wholesale To Dual-Fuel

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Source: Tsuneishi Shipbuilding

Tsuneishi Shipbuilding of Japan has taken an industry lead by making a strategic commitment to other than conventionally-fuelled merchant vessels within the next 12 years. The group, which controls an extensive network of yards in Japan, the Philippines and China, has stated that its goal is to produce only dual-fuel powered ships by 2035, to complete a shift away from tonnage fitted with heavy fuel oil-based engines.

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