Three innovative carbon capture technologies have been developed by Ecospray for the marine sector to reduce CO2 emissions through the use of amines, calcium hydroxide, or molten carbonate fuel cells.
Leading benchmark provider, General Index, and maritime data specialist and software platform, Signal Ocean, have signed an agreement to publish a revolutionary set of ocean freight and CO2 benchmarks.
ClassNK has released “ClassNK ZETA (Zero Emission Transition Accelerator)”, a GHG emissions management tool to track accurate CO2 emissions and confirm and simulate CII ratings.
MOL will contribute to enhancing the implementation and sustainability of initiatives to restore and protect seagrass meadow in each area through purchase of credits for about 11 tons, among the total about 65 tons of credits issued
Hurtigruten Norway has initiated one of Europe’s largest environmental ship upgrades. With modern technology, the rebuilt ships will cut CO2 emissions by 25 per cent and NOx emissions by as much as 80 per cent.
During the second quarter of 2022 the service ship Northern Skagerrak will be converted to hybrid operation. It will run mostly using electric power although there will also be an auxiliary engine that runs on the renewable fuel HVO.
Teck and Oldendorff announced an agreement to employ energy-efficient bulk carriers for shipments of Teck steelmaking coal from the Port of Vancouver to international destinations, reducing CO2 emissions in the steelmaking coal supply chain.
Mitsubishi Shipbuilding has been working in cooperation with “K” Line and ClassNK, to conduct test operations and measurements for a small scale demonstration plant of the “Marine-based CO2 Capture System”, in order to verify the equipment’s use.
Wärtsilä highlights potential for new technological advances to enable scrubbers to tackle maritime CO2 emissions