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Maersk engages in strategic partnerships to accelerate green methanol production

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Hydrocarbon Engineering,

To boost the global production capacity of green methanol, A.P. Moller - Maersk (Maersk) has entered into strategic partnerships with six leading companies, with the intent of sourcing at least 730 000 tpy by the end of 2025.

The six companies are CIMC ENRIC, European Energy, Green Technology Bank, Orsted, Proman, and WasteFuel.

With this production capacity, by the end of 2025 at the latest, Maersk will reach well beyond the green methanol needed for the first 12 green container vessels currently on order.

Once fully developed, these projects of both bio and e-methanol will enable Maersk to source green methanol at scale across several regions around the globe.

Collaboration and investments in innovative projects are the most important ways to reach a net zero fuel value chain. Maersk will keep on working with a wide-ranging group of leading companies on these and further projects to accelerate the urgent transition to green energy.

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