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Wartsila to deliver its first ammonia ship engine in early 2025

Ship engine manufacturer Wartsila expects to deliver its first ammonia-fueled engine on a new vessel in early 2025, with more widespread sales expected in the 2030s.

Borouge commits to net-zero in its operations by 2045

Borouge, a leading petrochemicals company that provides innovative and differentiated polyolefins solutions, has committed to achieving net-zero across its scope 1 and 2 carbon emissions by 2045. 

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Japan's JERA starts ammonia co-firing trial at coal power station

JERA said it has begun a demonstration of co-firing 20% of ammonia with coal at its Hekinan thermal power station in central Japan, in what it said is the world's first trial using a large amount of the gas at a major commercial plant.

Maersk's ECO Delivery Ocean leading the green transition with biofuels and methanol

Strong growth for Maersk ECO Delivery Ocean product in 2023. Over 200 customers saved more than 680,000 tons of GHG emissions. Retail, lifestyle, automotive and FMCG companies are the pioneers.

Methanol-fueled "Ane Maersk" arrives at Port of Hamburg

The "Ane Maersk", the world's first large methanol-capable container ship operated by the Maersk shipping company with a capacity of more than 16,000 TEU, moored at Eurogate Container Terminal Hamburg for the first time on its maiden voyage from Asia to Europe.

Sustainable H2 production through methane pyrolysis

Saudi Aramco: Al-Qahtani, A.  |  Al-Warthan, F.  |  Khani, A.

The methane (CH<sub>4</sub>) pyrolysis process [also known as CH<sub>4</sub> cracking or turquoise hydrogen (H<sub>2</sub>) production] is a thermal (high-temperature) breakdown of CH<sub>4</sub> into H<sub>2</sub> gas and solid carbon.

More than 20% of global oil refining capacity at risk, analysis finds

More than a fifth of global oil refining capacity is at risk of closure, energy consultancy Wood Mackenzie found in analysis published, as gasoline margins weaken and the pressure to reduce carbon emissions mounts.

Emirates adds SAF on flights from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport

Emirates has commenced the activation of its fuel agreement with Neste at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, with over 2 million gallons of blended SAF to be supplied into the fueling system throughout 2024.

Shipping industry faces fuel dilemma in bid to cut emissions

The shipping industry is increasingly pressured to decarbonize, yet the path to achieving net zero is complicated by unclear regulatory guidelines, particularly concerning the types of cleaner fuels large vessels should use, leaving players reluctant to commit to one less carbon-intensive fuel over another for their fleets, be it hydrogen-carriers methanol, ammonia, biodiesel, or LNG.