Get Your Copy Here: Methanol as a Marine Fuel In-Depth Report
Published: December 15th 2015

In this new 46 page, in-depth report, we find that Methanol has a historic opportunity to move from ship’s cargo holds to their fuel bunkers.

Request your free copy to gain an in-depth understanding of:

•    Methanol’s compliance with current and proposed legislation
•    Up-to-date costs of ship conversion, new build and infrastructure
•    Supply and availability of methanol globally
•    The total environmental impact of methanol, from manufacturing to combustion
•    Best practice in employing methanol as a marine fuel

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Methanol is abundant, biodegradable, emissions compliant, available globally and current bunkering infrastructure only requires minor modifications to handle methanol as a marine fuel.

This year Stena Line converted a large Ro-Pax ship, Stena Germanica, to run on methanol.

CEO Carl-Johan Hagman highlights that ‘the handling and installation of a liquid like methanol had clear advantages over gas or cryogenic fuels regarding fuel storage and bunkering.’

‘I believe this report can help raise awareness of this marine fuel and serve as an important source of facts to anyone looking for a greener shipping fuels’

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Authored by:

Professor Karin Andersson
Maritime Environment and Energy Systems
Department of Shipping and Marine Technology
Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden

Looking forward to hearing your feedback.

Kind regards,

Theo

Theo Larn-Jones
Project Director
FC Gas Intelligence and FCBI Energy
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