Maersk enters partnerships to source 730,000 tonnes green methanol from 2025

European Energy and Ørsted are engaged to supply the Danish shipping major's coming green fleet, while Chinese suppliers are hired to provide even more of the renewable fuel after 2025. Methanol is the only solution right now, Maersk states.

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Maersk has now taken a long stride toward actualizing its forthcoming, green fleet.

The shipping company has entered strategic partnerships with four companies, which from late 2025 will supply the carrier with roughly 730,000 tonnes of green methanol annually – "more than enough" to power the group's 12 new container vessels on order with shipyards. Moreover, similar deals are signed with two other companies hired to supply another 500,000 tonnes after 2025.

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