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The role of new fuels in reducing marine industry GHG emissions

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The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has set revised ambitions to reach net-zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from international shipping by 2050. Discussions are already underway about the best route for vessel operators to meet the IMO’s GHG emissions reduction goals and tests of new fuel formulations have started to reveal promising results.

To determine how the industry should respond, ExxonMobil asked leading stakeholders from the marine industry for their insights.

The resulting white paper includes invaluable contributions from Ash Jenkins, Director, Whitaker Tankers, Anurag Wadhwa, Marine Senior Advisor, SeaRiver Maritime, Alexander Feindt, Global Business Development Manager, MAN ES and Tim Wilson, Principal Marine Consultant Engineer, FOBAS, Lloyd’s Register.

You can download a copy of the lower-emission fuel (LEF) white paper here.