Maersk sources over 700,000 tonnes of green methanol to drive sustainable shipping goals

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Read the full story at ESG Today.

Integrated container logistics company A.P. Moller – Maersk announced today a series of agreements to source at least 730,000 tones of green methanol per year by the end of 2025.

The agreements follow a series of orders by Maersk of clean-fuel-powered container ship over the past several months, including an order in July for the world’s first carbon-neutral methanol fueled container ship, followed by an order for 8 large methanol-powered ocean-going container vessels. Maersk currently has 12 green container vessels on order, and with today’s announcement, the company said that it will exceed the green methanol needs of the 12 vessels by 2025.

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