Ferry operators Stena Line and DFDS and energy companies Ørsted and Liquid Wind have partnered up with the Swedish Port of Gothenburg to establish an electromethanol (e-fuels) hub.
As the largest port in Scandinavia, Gothenburg is said to be the ideal choice for the first delivery and bunkering point for green e-fuels.
With the intent to launch in 2025, this pioneering venture is a tangible step towards a carbon-neutral shipping industry, according to project partners.
Stena Line and DFDS are partnering with FlagshipONE which is jointly owned by Ørsted and Liquid Wind, a developer of eMethanol projects in Europe.
FlagshipONE, which is in late-stage development and approaching a final investment decision, will be the largest e-fuels facility in the world, producing 50,000 tonnes of eMethanol annually.
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