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The main objective of this popular technical publication prepared by Lloyd's Register Group in collaboration with theand University College London was to unravel the whole landscape of marine fuels that are intended for commercial shipping over the next sixteen years or so. It includes following chapters - Foreword; Executive Summary; GloTraM, standing for the Global Transport Model; Scenarios; Technologies and fuels for deep sea shipping; Fuel prices vs. technology cost/performance; Marine fuel mix and demand 2030; Energy Efficiency Design Index and design vs. operational speeds; Emissions 2030; Postscript; The GMFT2030 Team; Acronyms; References. We all may observe the transformation that the maritime industry is undergoing. Today, the vessel operators face the "big decisions" of tomorrow, together with the managing high operational costs and trying to achieve compliance with all strict requirements of the regulations concerning environment protection. Such decisions are relating to the future fuels, technologies and the possibility to "future-proof" their fleets as well as other assets. At Lloyd's Register society, we do our best trying to provide our Clients with the technical advice to support the commercial decision making - obviously, all technical decisions must be of some commercial sense...