To decarbonize maritime transport, the Environment Committee voted on Tuesday to include CO2 emissions from the maritime sector in the EU Emissions Trading System.
“K” Line has thoroughly revised the long-term guideline concerning the environment, “K” Line Environmental Vision 2050 – Blue Seas for the Future -, in order to strengthen the initiatives toward global environmental preservation such as reduction of GHG.
WinGD has unveiled a new technology designed to slash methane emissions and cut fuel consumption in its X-DF dual-fuel engines.
The construction of Finnlines’ newest environmentally friendly ro-ro vessel was started on 8 June 2020, with the steel cutting in the Chinese Nanjing Jinling shipyard.
Ferry shipping company Stena Line continues to reduce CO2 emissions and is now ten years ahead of the international shipping targets for reducing emissions.
Port of Antwerp brought seven leading chemical and energy companies together at the end of 2019 to reduce CO2 emissions and take practical steps in the transition to a sustainable, low-carbon port.
Significant reductions in CO2 emissions per container transported, a successful conversion of the vessel fleet to operate using low-sulfur fuel oil, and considerable improvements in quality.
Leading Classification Society ClassNK obtained accreditation on January 23, 2020 from the JAB as a GHG emissions verification body based on the CORSIA by the ICAO.
NGOs called on the IMO to protect the Arctic marine environment from the impacts of international shipping, by agreeing to a new regulation banning the use and carriage of HFO as fuel by ships operating in Arctic waters during this week’s “Arctic IMO Summit” in London.