'All hands on deck': Shell plots course for a decarbonised shipping industry

James S Murray
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As IMO hosts latest discussion on climate action, new report reveals 95 per cent of shipping executives see decarbonisation as one of their top priorities

Shell has today published a major new report exploring how the shipping industry is working to curb its carbon emissions and how barriers to decarbonisation are hampering progress. Timed to coincide...

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