The six companies plan to produce at least 730,000 metric tons of green methanol by the end of 2025.
The unique design will improve port efficiency and increase capacity, according to Maersk.
Captured carbon dioxide and green hydrogen are combined to make e-methanol. Sweden-based Liquid Wind has big plans for this alternative shipping fuel.
Maersk is adding bio-methanol to its portfolio of green marine fuels after making e-methanol and methanol-powered vessel agreements in August.
A.P. Moller – Maersk expects to save about 1 million metric tons of CO2 emissions annually with eight dual fuel container vessels.
“American customers will be able to choose to transport their goods using LNG, a new technology that helps to preserve air quality by eliminating almost all atmospheric pollutants,” said CMA CGM CEO Rodolphe Saadé.