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.
The U.S. Navy and Marine Corps announced the release of its climate strategy, Climate Action 2030, setting the Department of the Navy (DON) on a path to achieve the Nation’s commitment to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
World-leading coatings manufacturer, Hempel, announces that the company’s science-based targets are approved as consistent with levels required to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement.
MOL, Euglena, and MOL Ferry completed a sea trial of the MOL Ferry-owned/operated ferry Sunflower Shiretoko using renewable diesel fuel marketed by Euglena. The sea trial took place in the Port of Oarai in Ibaraki Prefecture.
APM Terminals will bring forward its Net Zero greenhouse gas emission target to 2040, a decade ahead of its initial 2050 ambition.
TEST Biofouling Project will demonstrate technical solutions to stop invasive species and reduce GHG emissions from ships.
SEA-LNG fully supports the objectives of the European Commission to create a common regulatory framework to address maritime greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in line with the European Green Deal objectives, while emphasising its preference for new regulations to be set at the global, IMO, level.
DNV has introduced the new ABATE class notation, designed to assist the owners and operators of offshore floating installations to identify and implement measures to reduce GHG emissions.
While efforts to build a decarbonized society are being accelerated such as through strengthened GHG reduction targets in various countries and with the progress of sustainable finance, a framework for assessing GHG emissions has also been introduced to IMO regulations.
Vard Electro announced the award of the contract for an innovative hybrid battery power system with Atlantic Towing to be integrated on their vessel Atlantic Shrike.