Hurtigruten to fuel cruise ships on biogas made partly from fish waste

November 19, 2018 |

In Norway, Reuters reports that Hurtigruten is investing $826 million to adapt its 17-vessel fleet of cruise ships including six older vessels that will run on a combination of liquefied natural gas (LNG), electric batteries and liquefied bio gas (LBG), the latter of which will be produced from fish waste along with agricultural and forestry waste. The company is planning to be carbon neutral by 2050. It is also investing in new electric-powered vessels with diesel engines as backup and has a letter of intent on a third.

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