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Shell bets on hydrogen’s zero-emissions promise

Coupling the use of hydrogen with fuel cells is one less disruptive and more cost efficient pathway to a zero emissions future, the supermajor argues. Shipping cannot afford to wait for next-generation fuels to become available and should make the switch now to lower emission alternatives

The supermajor with large vested LNG interests, maintains that the super-chilled fuel still has a role to play in the transition to zero emissions. Hydrogen is also seen as the next-generation fuel which will be the easiest to switch to from current lower carbon emission fuels such as LNG

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