Singapore port authority to invest in alternative fuel R&D

October 3, 2018 |

In Singapore, the maritime and ports authority has awarded $3.6 million for research into the use of alternative fuels like ethanol and methanol for bunker fuel. The move is part of the agency’s push to comply with the International Marine Organization’s 2050 goals to cut carbon emissions from marine transport by half. The MPA has already invested $18.9 million into LNG fueling facilities at the port to help reduce emissions and sulfur content of fuels.

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