Methanol as fuel: creating a pathway to cleaner ports and shipping

There are currently eight ships trading internationally operating on Methanol as fuel including the ropax Stena Germanica Photo: Stena Line

The maritime and ports industries are facing a future increasingly defined by environmental regulations which require progressively cleaner fuels to improve air quality, writes Chris Chatterton, chief operating officer, The Methanol Institute.

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