A number of ammonia-fueled ships will likely hit the waters well before 2030, with gas carriers likely to emerge early adopters, as international shipping gears up for the International Maritime Organization’s greenhouse gas emission cut targets, industry experts told S&P Global Platts. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now “We know there is some uncertainty about when ammonia technology will become available … but we also know it’s coming much more quickly than was initially anticipated,” Stephen Crolius, president and director at US-based consultancy firm Carbon Neutral Consulting, or CNC, said. In April 2018, the IMO laid out its strategy on greenhouse gas, or GHG, emissions, aiming to cut the shipping industry’s total GHG emissions by at least […]