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Maritime Forecast to 2050: fuel flexibility key to competitiveness in low-carbon shipping future

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Maritime Forecast to 2050: fuel flexibility key to competitiveness in low-carbon shipping future

DNV GL: Download the Maritime Forecast to 2050 – 3rd edition

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The Maritime Forecast 2050 examines the future of the shipping industry in a rapidly changing global energy landscape. This year’s report focuses on the challenge of reducing the carbon intensity of the global fleet to meet the ambitious targets set by the IMO’s greenhouse gas reduction (GHG) strategy.

The forecast shows that the uptake of low-carbon and carbon-neutral fuels is essential to meeting IMO GHG goals, with carbon-neutral fuels having to supply 30% to 40% of the global fleet’s total energy by 2050. In the deep-sea sector, ammonia, biodiesel, liquid biogas and electro fuels are promising carbon-neutral options, with battery, hybrid and hydrogen solutions being potential options for the short-sea segment.
Download your complimentary Maritime Forecast to 2050 to read more about the changes ahead, with guidance, trends and valuable insights into shipping’s low-carbon future. The Maritime Forecast is part of a suite of Energy Transition Outlook (ETO) reports published by DNV GL.
In addition, we invite you to join our Alternative Fuels Online Conference (3 hours) on 25 September, where the Maritime Forecast to 2050 will be presented.
Best regards,
DNV GL – Maritime

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