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DNV says industry must be “realistic” about zero-carbon fuels

Class society DNV says that ammonia is the most likely zero-carbon fuel but that it is unlikely to be produced in sufficient quantities to meet the requirements of the shipping industry by 2030 and that LNG can bridge the divide from here to decarbonisation.

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