During the JOC Transpacific Maritime Conference, Vincent Clerc, A.P. Moller – Maersk’s CEO of Ocean & Logistics stated that although ‘carbon-neutral fuel pathways’ technology is now available, securing a competitive global supply chain through the fuel value chain remains a main challenge.
The Clean Shipping Alliance expressed its opposition to the vote of the Transport Committee of the European Parliament that encourages EU Member States to restrict open-loop Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems (EGCS), claiming this was taken “without any scientific basis”.
Indications are that the transition to 2020 sulphur cap has been ‘’extremely smooth, a testament to the preparations of all stakeholders prior to the new rules entering into force”, IMO said on the occasion of one year of implementation of the IMO Sulphur Cap requirement
The Sea Cargo Charter (SCC) provides a framework that enables shipowners, charterers and cargo owners in the bulk industry to align their activities and promote shipping’s green transition, explains Mr. Mark Smith, Loss Prevention Executive at The North Club.
The Coalition for the Energy of the Future, gathering transport, energy and other companies from around the world with the ambition to reduce emissions, unveiled seven projects to be realized within 2021.
In an effort to boost biofuel-driven carbon reduction services across the container industry, sustainable cargo initiative GoodShipping successfully collaborated with leading container shipping liner Ocean Network Express (ONE).
Container shipping major Maersk accelerates the efforts to decarbonise marine operations with the launch of the world’s first carbon neutral liner vessel in 2023, seven years ahead of the initial 2030-ambition.
DNV GL published a white paper called “Closing the safety gap in an era of transformation”. The white paper identifies a “safety gap” between shipping’s current approach to safety risks and its ambitions for more digitalisation and the adoption of alternative fuels.
In an effort to accelerate the adoption of hybrid alternative propulsion methods, blending wind, alternative fuels and energy efficiency measures, International Windship Association launched a campaign.
Dutch cargo company EcoClipper has released a Life Cycle Analysis (LCA), which examines the impact of their proposed sailing vessel in the transport industry. The study showed that the environmental and human health impact of the EcoClipper500 is significantly lower than conventional shipping methods.
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