Shell charts pathway to net zero shipping using hydrogen fuel cells

Cecilia Keating
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Hydrogen, liquified natural gas and technologies geared at improving the energy efficiency of ships are among Shell's proposed solutions to decarbonise its shipping business

Shell has unveiled plans to tap hydrogen fuel cells and liquified natural gas to wean its carbon intensive shipping business off heavy fuel oil as it works toward its aim of becoming a 'zero emissions...

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