Maersk expects deals with green methanol suppliers in first half of 2022

The Danish shipping giant is pressed for time as far as finding suppliers of the green methanol needed for eight newly designed container ships, which are expected to launch in 2024. The clock is ticking, and there is a need to strike more deals in the first half of 2022, says Maersk's head of Landside Decarbonisation.

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With the unveiling of Maersk's next-generation container ships, which will be powered by green fuels such as methanol, the company now faces extreme time pressure.

It's a pressure to find enough green methanol in time for eight new container ships, which will launch in 2024 and sail on green methanol. These are instrumental in Maersk's efforts to realize its climate ambitions.

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