BLUE Insight, the business consultancy practice with BLUE, in partnership with Bureau Veritas, have developed the first comprehensive guide tracking the first-moving organisations that are driving low and zero carbon fuel and energy innovation.

The big challenge for shipping is that it is has huge energy requirements, while it has no immediate renewable energy source such as solar and wind, as seen on land. That, married with the IMO GHG emission targets of 40% by 2030 and 50% by 2050, has left shipping with no viable zero carbon energy option at scale at the time of writing.

Future Fuels Guide

The Low Carbon Shipping Fuels & Energy Guide 2020 lists 40+ organisations looking to meet shipping’s low and zero carbon fuels and energy innovators and entrepreneurs. BLUE Insight’s research and analysis explores only fuels and energy with 50% less carbon emissions than conventional fossil fuels, as based on current evidence.

The Guide includes chapters on: ammonia, batteries, Bio-LNG, biofuels, DME, fuel cells, hydrogen, methanol, nuclear, synthetic crude, and synthetic LNG. It also analyses key criteria, including company background, finance, vision, ‘well to tank’ analysis, feedstock and scalability, infrastructure costs, and safety requirements.

“The projects and initiatives described in the BLUE Insight Guide demonstrate how we, as an industry, working together, can create the shipping industry of the future - a newer, even more valuable, shipping industry.” Matthieu de Tugny, President, Bureau Veritas Marine and Energy.

The guide provides Ideal insight for shipowners and operators, charterers and shippers, investors and financiers, bunker traders, suppliers and brokers, ports, regulators and more.

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