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.
CO2 emissions in shipping will continue to rise, as most of the efficiency gains possible by the shipping industry to drive down its carbon footprint over the past decade have already been made, Swedish-based Marine Benchmark says in a new study.
French shipping company CMA CGM announced new services to help operators reduce their environmental footprint. The ACT with CMA CGM+, including four services, seeks to help customers analyze their environmental impact, use cleaner alternative energy sources and make their cargo carbon neutral.
The Bothnia Bulk project claims that it has reduced CO2 -emissions per transport work by up to 50% compared with conventional vessels in operation.
New and flexible fuel cell technology can reduce emissions from shipping by 40 to 100%. Partners from shipping, R&D and oil and gas are now constructing a pilot system that can use different types of fuel.
A new report by oil major Shell highlights the important role that hydrogen and fuel cells could play in achieving a decarbonised shipping sector and calls for the IMO to adopt a clear trajectory to net-zero emissions by 2050.
The first LNG Bunker Barge on North America’s west coast, which is expected to serve shipping from 2023, is to be built to ABS class.
Kanfer Shipping (Kanfer) has entered into an exclusive agreement with CGR Arctic Marine (CGR), to develop cost-saving LNG bunkering vessels.
The production of natural gas from the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS) creates less than half as much greenhouse gas as imported LNG, according to data published by the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA).
According to a recent statement, the Nordic gas filling stations network is expanding as Gasum opens its ninth gas filling station in Sweden and the first one in Umeå; the station will be able to serve both heavy-duty vehicles (HDVs) and passenger cars.
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