Special feature: Deep dive into methanol, Part 1

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As the maritime industry wonders what the future holds for fuels, Stevie Knight takes a deep dive into methanol. Could this be the right choice for tugs?

Harbour and ship assist tugs are in a bind: they’re under pressure to clean up but many alternatives fall short: compressed hydrogen and batteries need to keep returning for a top-up, while others rely on cryogenic or bulky kit. In Part One of our two-part examination of methanol as a potential workboat fuel, Stevie Knight takes a close look at methanol options.

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