In fact, Getting to Zero Coalition, is currently endorsed by 14 governments and involves more than 100  organizations, with a main goal to develop commercially viable deep sea zero emission vessels fueled by zero emission fuels into operation by 2030.

This partnership between the Global Maritime Forum, the World Economic Forum and Friends of Ocean Action boasts leading ship owners, ports, technology providers and fuel companies as well as academic and research institutions. Lubrizol noted.

By becoming member of the coalition, the company goals to drop both the environmental impact of making its products and the impact of the products themselves.

In light of the situation, Simon Tarrant, business manager – large engines, with Lubrizol concluded:

Joining the Getting to Zero Coalition is an opportunity for Lubrizol to contribute to one of the most important challenges of our time. It is also a chance to align with forward-thinking industry stakeholders to gain some insight into the engine and fuel solution challenges of the future.

For the records, Lubrizol owns and operates more than 60 manufacturing facilities, sales and technical offices around the world while has approximately 8,800 employees.