Rice could become part of Maersk's future fuel mix

Maersk is considering rice as part of its mix of future fuels in the liner company's efforts to become carbon neutral in 2050, writes Børsen.

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Rice could become part of the future fuel mix at Maersk, which aims to become carbon neutral by 2050, writes Danish business daily Børsen.

Maersk has for some time now been exploring whether plant material lignin from pine and straw can be used in ship engines if mixed with alcohols such as methanol or ethanole.

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