Oxytane Marine - A Leap In Decarbonisation For The Shipping Industry

Maritime Industry

The IMO was established under UN mandate 1982 to regulate international shipping, now 174 member states.

The IMO has projected increase 90-130% in emissions of 2008 figures by 2050. They are now considering $150/Ton CO2 carbon tax; This would increase fuel costs for the idustry by 75%.

Oxytane offers a complete solution: One that not only reduces emissions, saves on fueling costs but also mitigates against a shipping emissions carbon tax.

Tangible Benefits of using Oxytane for all Shipping Operations

"Oxytane solution is that it provides an environmental benefit by way of emission-reduction whilst reducing the cost by way of lower fuel consumption in any engine, with any liquid fuel type."

The industry is racing to find real solutions. Everything from Liquified Natural Gas, Hydrogen Fuel Cells, Biofuels, and renewable electrification. Oxytane works NOW, it does not require retrofitting or major changes to current fleets.

"Marine operations could pay less for fuel with a product that inherently reduces the emission of toxic fumes into the environment. This circular efficiency renders a versatile ESG solution for shipping companies chasing a smarter, more vigilant operation."

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