The Green Maritime Methanol consortium has recently extended its membership with the addition of Belgian marine construction big hitter DEME.
The Green Maritime Methanol consortium reviews the possibilities for renewable Methanol as a maritime transport fuel.
DEME is a world leader in the highly specialised fields of dredging, marine engineering and environmental remediation. With roots in Belgium, DEME draws upon more than 140 years of expertise and experience in more than 90 countries worldwide, fostering a pioneering approach as a front runner in innovation and new technologies.
Green Maritime Methanol started in January 2019 and contains several work packages from an analysis on the impact of the introduction of methanol on the operational profiles of ships in different market segments to a series of tests on a spark ignited engine which will take place at the premises of Pon Power in Papendrecht early January 2020.
By Jake Frith
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