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Emissions from Maritime scetor in Norway
Natural gas and batteries can reduce CO2-emissions with
Natural gas, battereries and renewable gas can reduce CO2-emissions with
Natural gas, renewable gas and ammonia can reduce CO2-emissions with
Natural gas technology and renewable gas can reduce CO2-emissions with
The solution to reach emissions targets lies in liquefied natural gas (LNG)
Gas cut emissions
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Natural gas paves the way for the zero- emissions society
Norwegian maritime sector emits 4.3 million tonnes of CO 2. If the Norwegian fleet ran on natural gas in combination with batteries, instead of oil, emissions could have been reduced with up to 40 percent.
Future-oriented shipping runs on natural gas
Every year, we register an increase in inquiries from socially conscious shipping companies that actively seek to reduce their carbon footprint and local emissions. The first converted to natural gas in 2001. Today, more than 100 Norwegian- owned ships run on LNG.
Biofuels make the bus industry emission-free
After the bus industry increasingly has replaced diesel with biofuels, greenhouse gas emissions have been reduced by more than 60 percent. This means that the bus industry’s emissions of approx. 400,000 tonnes of CO 2 in 2014, has been reduced to less than 150,000 tonnes of CO2 in 2021.
Every year, industries converted to gas cuts emissions equivalent to 1 million passenger cars
In 2019 Norwegian industrial companies using gas instead of oil, reduced climate emissions with 1 million tonnes of CO 2 . This corresponds to the emissions from approx. 1 million new passenger cars.