Biofuelled tankers successfully sail from Rotterdam to West Africa

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bp's Marine B30 fuel uses 30% fatty acid methyl esters (FAME), a renewable biofuel produced from recycled cooking oils and renewable oil sources.
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bp's Marine B30 fuel uses 30% fatty acid methyl esters (FAME), a renewable biofuel produced from recycled cooking oils and renewable oil sources.

BP and Maersk announced that trials have demonstrated the viability of new Marine B30 fuel as a low emission drop-in fuel

Efforts to cut emissions from the the maritime industry took a step forward this week, following the completion of a successful trial of a biofuel-blended marine fuel using tankers operated by shipping...

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