Charting a path to lower GHG emissions shipping


Source: ExxonMobil

Biofuels are likely to play an important part in helping shipping navigate the decarbonisation pathway, Helena Jureckova, Global Fuels Product Line Advisor, Energy Products, Product Solutions, ExxonMobil tells The Motorship.

The International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) aim to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from international shipping will require the development of new technologies and the introduction of lower GHG emission fuels. As a major marine fuel supplier, ExxonMobil supports the IMO with a plan to be part of the solution. To this end, ExxonMobil is working to develop GHG emission-reducing technologies and products, all underpinned by our continued investment in R&D.

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