Global shipping has announced an unprecedented cross-industry event, to be held during COP26, bringing together leaders in shipping, energy, politics and finance to discuss maritime decarbonisation efforts.
MSC and Shell have agreed to work closely together to help accelerate the decarbonisation of the global shipping sector.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has released a statement following the European Commission’s proposed extension of the EU’s Emissions Trading System (ETS) to cover the international shipping sector.
19 port authorities from Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East, and the US, signed a declaration on their collective response to disruption, digitalisation, and decarbonisation at the 6th Port Authorities Roundtable (PAR).
Höegh Autoliners plans to accelerate growth and boost investments in its green and digital transformation.
IMO-Singapore NextGEN project aims to facilitate collaboration and information sharing across maritime decarbonization initiatives.
The global shipping sector is being driven, both by regulations and societal concerns, to reduce its environmental impact. The ultimate aim is to be capable of eliminating or at least severely reducing, carbon emissions. This article looks at the various ways this aim is being addressed, and how a viable path to a decarbonised future can be established.
The signing of public-private cooperation agreement establishes S$120 million R&D fund to accelerate decarbonization in shipping
Industry coalition stresses that LNG fuels reduce up to 23% of GHG emissions, and that bio- and synthetic-LNG offer low risk, incremental pathways to net zero.