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Maritime Intelligence investigates the impact of renewable energy

Since President Donald Trump’s US administration came into force, conversations about climate have intensified because of speculation over how many of his predecessor’s commitments will be reversed.

For the maritime industry, particularly the tanker and dry bulk sectors, the question is how it will affect the demand to ship fossil fuels in the near and long term.

Download the whitepaper to understand the forecast on global reliance on fossil fuels and its impact on commodity shipping.

 

About the author:

Chris Palsson

Christopher Pålsson has a wide experience ranging from practicing business development to transport and logistics studies for manufacturing industries, governmental agencies, ship owners and business organisations. Chris has worked with shipping and industrial market analysis since the 1980s.

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