ExxonMobil has announced the introduction of EMF.5, its range of 0.5% sulfur marine fuels.
ABS has published guidance on available technologies, regulatory requirements and installation and operational considerations for adopting gas or other low flash point fuels.
Haldor Topsoe has announced the official opening of the world’s only natural gas-to-gasoline plant in Turkmenistan.
Recent seminar in Athens advocates the use of methanol as a marine fuel to comply with IMO 2020 and future emissions targets.
The IEA has reported that international action can scale up hydrogen production to make it central to a clean energy future.
Eni and Synhelion have developed a new technology for the production of methanol from carbon dioxide, water and methane.
PowerHouse Energy exemplifies how a newly commercial technology can be used to turn waste plastic into clean fuel.
Eni and Maire Tecnimont have signed an agreement to introduce technology which turns non-recyclable waste into hydrogen and methanol.
By 2020, SINOPEC plans to have a production capability of 10 million t of low-sulfur marine fuel oil, increasing to 15 million t by 2023.
MMEX Resources has signed a deal to sell IMO 2020 sulfur compliant marine fuel with rail logistics for West Texas refinery.
ABS has published a new Outlook to help the maritime sector evaluate potential pathways to low carbon shipping.