The SEEMP Part III forms part of IMO’s initial strategy to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from ships, including the ambition to reduce the carbon intensity.
MAN Energy Solutions reports that the 1,036-TEU container ship, ‘ElbBLUE’ – the former ‘Wes Amelie’ – has reduced its GHG emissions by 27% by operating on a blend of climate-neutral, Synthetic Natural Gas (SNG) and conventional LNG, compared to LNG alone.
ABS has launched Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Inventory and Carbon Accounting, adding to its industry-leading suite of marine and offshore sustainability services.
A new concept for a collaborative global ecosystem of maritime transport decarbonization initiatives has been introduced by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and Singapore, during a global webinar on decarbonization.
BIMCO has proposed that the Fourth IMO Greenhouse Gas Study does not include unrealistically high GDP growth projections to predict future transport demand – and thereby emissions – of the shipping industry.