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If you are a Radar subscriber click here to sign into your account and unlock the rest of this article. Article summary: A.P. Møller – Maersk, the global provider of container logistics, made headlines in August when it announced that it was spending $1.4 billion to build eight large container vessels that can be propelled by green methanol or fossil-based fuel. The trouble is there isn’t enough clean fuel in production to power the new ships, so Maersk has partnered with REintegrate, a 15-person three-year-old Danish company to secure green e-methanol for the world´s first container vessel operating on carbon neutral fuel and help kick start the market.