Signol has announced its partnership with Stolt Tankers to launch a pilot project to further reduce CO2 emissions from its fleet.
ignol is a web app and communication service that uses a data-led approach to engage seafarers and motivate them to reduce fuel consumption. This new initiative helps individuals understand the impact of their actions on overall fuel consumption and CO2 emissions and will initially be introduced to six ships. The partnership also provides tools that the Stolt Tankers management team can use to encourage and highlight their crew’s sustainability efforts.
Seafarers are frequently making high consequence decisions with multiple priorities to consider. Their role needs to be recognised, and the complexities involved in each of these decisions must not only be respected but also aided in a sustainable and positive manner.
… said Harriet Johnson, Head of Maritime at Signol
During the six-month trial, Stolt Tankers will launch fair, achievable goals linked to three actions carried out on their ships: main and auxiliary engine performance and trim optimisation.
Not only will this initiative help us to reach our sustainability ambitions, but it also helps to protect the local ecosystem close to where many of our crews call home.
… supplied Maren Schroeder, Managing Director of Stolt Tankers.