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Enes Tunagur

Sustainability Editor


Enes joined Lloyd's List as Sustainability Editor in 2023. He previously worked at commodity price reporting agency Argus Media for more than six years in London, specialising in marine fuel and electricity markets. Before that role, he worked as a television reporter for the Turkish financial news channel Bloomberg HT.


Enes is from İstanbul, Türkiye (Turkey). He loves watching tennis, basketball and football and supports his hometown club Beşiktaş.

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MAN Energy Solutions expects e-ammonia to be the most cost effective solution for shipping to cut emissions, with the company aiming to deliver its first ammonia-powered engine late next year

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Port of Antwerp-Bruges to be alternative fuel-ready in 2025

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Saverys: Blue ammonia could ramp up fuel supplies

Alexander Saverys said making ‘blue’ ammonia, with carbon capture, could help ramp up early supplies, as the industry looks to replace its fuel oil supplies. He called for more industry action to decarbonise

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IEA warns of carbon capture pitfall

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Danish Ship Finance suggests a voyage performance index would prepare shipping for a more expensive future, as it would reward vessel operators that attain better performance while ensuring cargo owners pay for it

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