Technology key to lowering methane slip by 2023

Wärtsilä plans to reduce the methane slip from its marine low-pressure dual-fuel four-stroke engines to around 1.0g/kWh by 2023, compared with 2.8g/kWh in its 46DF (pictured) at present.

Wärtsilä is confident it will have marine engines operating with a methane slip level of 1.00g/kWh by 2023, equivalent to its best performing stationary engines at present.

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