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BP, NYK Line to collaborate on future fuels like hydrogen in bid to decarbonise hard-to-abate sectors
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BP, NYK Line to collaborate on future fuels like hydrogen in bid to decarbonise hard-to-abate sectors

BP and Japanese shipping company NYK Line are collaborating on future fuels like hydrogen in a bid to decarbonise hard-to-abate sectors.

For the shipping sector, the two firms will work together and identify opportunities to help transition from current marine fuels to alternatives such as LNG, biofuels and methanol, and develop future fuels such as ammonia and hydrogen.

BP said getting this journey right will be “critical” to enabling the shipping industry to meet its long-term decarbonisation ambitions.

For other hard-to-abate industrial sectors, the two companies will also consider potential marine transportation and other solutions for carbon dioxide, and explore participation in the supply chains for ammonia and hydrogen to be used in heavy industry and power generation, to help those sectors to decarbonise.

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