In 2020, ferry company Stena Line continued to reduce its total CO2 emissions and is ten years ahead of the IMO international shipping emission reduction targets.
This study is the first iteration since the adoption of the Initial IMO Strategy on Reduction of GHG Emissions from Ships in 2018, under which IMO Member States have pledged to cut GHG emissions from international shipping and to phase them out as soon as possible.
Van Oord is taking a next step in the energy transition of its fleet. An advanced combustion conditioning system with hydrogen and methanol will be installed on subsea rock installation vessel Bravenes.
Digital technologies, including AI, data integration and analytics solutions, are expected to transform international shipping in the coming decades as shipowners are seeking solutions that allow them to increase operational efficiency and sustainability.
BIMCO urges the EU to work with the international community at the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to get a global market-based measure established.
The global maritime transport industry has submitted a proposal to form the world’s first collaborative shipping R&D programme to help eliminate CO2 emissions from international shipping.
Wärtsilä launches the Wärtsilä 31SG pure gas engine for marine market applications. It is based on the successful Wärtsilä 31 product platform.
NYK has been ranked the top shipping company on business readiness for a low-carbon transition in the “A Sea Change” report published on June 25 by CDP, an international non-profit promoting environmental disclosure.