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https://www.pmo.ir/en/news/52999/MSC-Testing-EfficiencyEnvironmental-Performance-of-Alternative-Fuels

Dans le cadre de l’effort continu pour trouver de nouveaux carburants efficaces et respectueux de l’environnement, MSC Shipmanagement travaille avec Quadrise, un développeur de fioul lourd synthétique émulsifié. Dans le cadre d’un nouvel accord de développement conjoint, ils définiront en 2021 les essais opérationnels du nouveau carburant sur un porte-conteneurs.
En utilisant la technologie existante, Quadrise a développé le Multiphase Superfine Atomised Residue (MSAR), qui est un fioul lourd synthétique émulsifié pour les soutes marines et d’autres applications du HFO.

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https://www.pmo.ir/en/news/52999/MSC-Testing-EfficiencyEnvironmental-Performance-of-Alternative-Fuels

As part of the ongoing effort to find new, efficient, and environmentally sensitive fuels, MSC Shipmanagement is working with Quadrise, a developer of emulsified synthetic heavy fuel oil. Under a new joint development agreement, they will scope out in 2021 the operational trials of the new fuel on a container ship.
Using existing technology, Quadrise has developed Multiphase Superfine Atomised Residue (MSAR), which is an emulsified synthetic heavy fuel oil for marine bunker and other applications of HFO. Through the application of chemistry, water is used instead of distillates to produce the fuel, which the company says is both low cost and has significant environmental benefits. Quadrise reports that it is a bunker fuel with 20 percent less CO2 than conventional HFO.

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