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MSC starts bunkering with greener blend of fuel oil as it looks to cut emissions


MSC said it has started to bunker some of its vessels calling at Rotterdam with a blend of fuel oil containing biofuels, as it strives to be seen to be reducing its carbon footprint. The carrier did not specify how many ships are to be involved, or the cost implication. However, today the Brussels-based NGO Transport & Environment (T&E) claimed MSC was responsible for around 11 million tonnes of CO2 emissions in 2018, Citing a new study, T&E argued that if shipping were included in the EU’s emissions trading system, MSC would rank as the eighth-biggest emitter in the bloc. The study ranked budget airline Ryanair tenth.

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