Rystad Energy collaborates with Mærsk Center to spearhead maritime industry’s zero-carbon transition

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Norwegian energy research and business intelligence company, Rystad Energy, has forged an influential partnership with Denmark’s Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping, advancing the maritime sector’s role in the energy transition. The agreement, officially formalized on December 15, 2023, underlines a long-term commitment to collaborate on decarbonizing the maritime industry.

Rystad Energy’s expertise in tracking and analyzing global energy flows, backed by data, positions the company to provide insights to support the Center’s mission. Rystad aims to bolster the understanding of decarbonization pathways within the maritime industry and contribute to expediting efforts to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.

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Bo Cerup-Simonsen, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping, emphasized the significance of Rystad Energy’s involvement, stating, “Rystad Energy’s comprehensive data and insights will not only add extra strength to our detailed work on Green Shipping Corridors, but it will also improve our ability to understand and showcase the maritime industry’s decarbonization pathways in the context of the global energy transition. We are very happy to welcome Rystad Energy to our partner network.”

Expressing enthusiasm for the partnership, Jarand Rystad, CEO of Rystad Energy, remarked, “Rystad Energy is proud to join the Center Partner Network and to support the vital mission of decarbonizing the maritime industry. Our bottom-up granular data and research on the entire global energy system will help provide valuable insights into the feasibility of Green Shipping Corridors and the maritime industry’s role in the energy transition.”

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Established in 2020, the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping functions as a not-for-profit research and development hub dedicated to guiding and expediting the decarbonization of the global maritime industry. The center boasts a network of strategic partners, including prominent entities such as A.P. Moller – Maersk, bp, Equinor, Siemens Energy, TotalEnergies, and numerous others, united in the goal of shaping a sustainable, future for maritime operations.


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