Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. today announced the establishment of a wholly-owned subsidiary called EcoMOL Inc. which tackles immediate GHG emission reduction by ships’ operational efficiency through digital solutions.
GHG Working Group finalizes guidelines to support the implementation of carbon intensity measures and agrees to further develop a “basket of candidate mid-term measures” including technical and carbon-pricing elements. Draft guidelines to support the implementation of ship carbon intensity measures coming into effect in 2023 have been finalized by an International Maritime Organization (IMO) Working…
ABS is supporting McAllister on its sustainability journey with greenhouse gas inventory and sustainability reporting services for its fleet of more than 75 tugboats, crew boats and barges.
The preparatory phase of the IMO Coordinated Actions to Reduce Emissions from Shipping (IMO CARES) project has been launched at the IMO-Singapore Future of Shipping Conference.
Progress on developing draft lifecycle GHG and carbon intensity guidelines for marine fuels and assessment of impacts of GHG measures has been made by an IMO working group.
NYK and MTI, together with ABS and WinGD, have started joint research for optimization of ship design by utilizing a battery-hybrid system to aid ship propulsion and thus reduce GHG emissions from vessels.
Various proposals for mid-term measures to reduce GHG emissions, including a number of submissions related to potential market-based measures.
NYK has set a long-term target of net-zero emissions of greenhouse gas (GHG) by 2050 for the NYK Group’s oceangoing businesses.
IMO is marking a decade of action on cutting greenhouse gas emissions from shipping, since the first set of international mandatory measures to improve ships’ energy efficiency was adopted on 15 July 2011, as part of the MARPOL.
The share of shipping emissions in global anthropogenic emissions has increased from 2.76% in 2012 to 2.89% in 2018.