A new study examining the top shipping companies’ commitment to decarbonization shows that only 35% have a clearly expressed emissions target to be net zero by 2050.
Shell and CMA CGM Group have signed agreements that will see them work closely together to accelerate decarbonizing the marine sector.
International shipping plays a central role in global trade, carrying 70% of that trade by value and more than 80% by volume.
Costa Group with its two brands Costa Cruises and AIDA Cruises, today announced the creation of a dedicated decarbonization department within its Carnival Maritime unit based in Hamburg.
The new centre will contribute to efforts to advance the global decarbonisation of marine and energy by fostering innovation, collaboration, and the development of green technologies using sustainable fuels and digital technologies.
Wärtsilä is to deliver its new Decarbonisation Modelling Service to Carnival Corporation as the cruise group aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across its fleet.
Methane slip from LNG-fuelled vessels is a recognised problem that the maritime industry has been actively addressing for well over a decade. SEA-LNG is disappointed to see the ongoing campaign of misinformation that misrepresents the progress the industry has made, and is continuing to make, to reduce slip.
A new DNV white paper explores how naval vessels can minimize their environmental impact without increasing their operational vulnerability.
Singapore and the IMO have jointly launched NextGEN Connect, which aims to bring industry stakeholders, academia and global research centres together to offer inclusive solutions for maritime decarbonization for trials along specific shipping routes.