TotalEnergies Marine Fuels on Wednesday (8 December) said it has published a new white paper – The Drive for Cleaner Marine Fuels – to offer shipping operators and owners valuable insights to help them navigate their vessel fleet’s energy transition in the short to long-term.
The new 44-page white paper looks at the key drivers shaping the move to shipping’s decarbonisation, key timelines motivating the transition and TotalEnergies’ investments, plans and collaborations to help its shipping customers make an effective and successful move to lower and zero-carbon fuels of the future.
“The white paper underscores TotalEnergies Marine Fuels’ commitment and confidence in guiding and supporting the shipping sector through its decarbonisation journey, from the supply of current solutions – notably LNG and biofuels – to the development of future marine fuels, including green hydrogen-based fuels,” commented Jérôme Leprince-Ringuet, Vice-President Marine Fuels, TotalEnergies.
“Through our insights, knowledge and thinking, we hope to help develop a greater understanding of the key areas and considerations ship owners and operators will need to address, as they move towards tomorrow’s marine fuels landscape.”
To find out more about The Drive for Cleaner Marine Fuels and to download the document, visit: https://marinefuels.totalenergies.com/news/publications/the-drive-for-cleaner-marine-fuels
Photo credit: TotalEnergies
Published: 9 December, 2021
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