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Singapore and Rotterdam sign MoU to establish ‘world’s longest’ green shipping corridor
© MPA & Port of Rotterdam
Singapore and Rotterdam sign MoU to establish ‘world’s longest’ green shipping corridor
© MPA & Port of Rotterdam

Singapore and Rotterdam sign MoU to establish ‘world’s longest’ green shipping corridor

A signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) could see the ‘world’s longest’ green and digital corridor established to enable low and zero carbon shipping, with hydrogen and hydrogen-based fuels likely to be trialled.

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) and the Port of Rotterdam revealed the agreement today (August 2), which anticipates establishing a vital Asian-European shipping lane, promoting the use of clean marine fuel alternatives including hydrogen, ammonia, methanol, and biofuels.

If established, the corridor would come as a steppingstone towards meeting the International Maritime Organisation’s (IMO) goal of slashing carbon dioxide emissions in the industry by 50% by 2050.

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