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Tag: CO2

Energy trends in shipping up to 2050

DNV GL says that the world energy system undergoes a major transition towards 2050 and this will have significant implications for shipping. Overall the demand for seaborne transport will increase with 60% by 2050, with the pace of growth being highest up to 2030, and with notable differences between the various shipping segments.

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HHI to lead LNG-fueled ships market

hhi lng ships market

HHI wants to lead the eco-friendly ship market, by ordering numerous LNG carriers. Namely, Hyundai Mipo Dockyard won an order for a 50,000-ton LNG bulk carrier in 2016, while Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries will build six units of the world's first LNG-powered VLCC.

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Auckland to become zero emissions port by 2040

ports of auckland

To achieve this goal, Ports of Auckland cooperated with Enviro-Mark Solutions and are using the Certified Emissions Measurement and Reduction Scheme in order to measure and manage the greenhouse gas emissions. Ports of Auckland is the first port in New Zealand to become a CEMARS certified organisation.

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Verifavia to offer Clean Shipping Index verification

verifavia offers clean shipping index

Verifavia, announced an expansion of its offering, as it will now include global verification services for the Clean Shipping Index, an independent rating system of the environmental performance of ships and shipping companies. The CSI verification service will include EU MRV, IMO DCS, and CCWG verification.

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UK to get its first LNG break bulk

grain lng

This move is added on the significant uptake of the Road Tanker Loading Facility which is set to open this summer. These two developments will enable the distribution of LNG as a fuel for the marine industry, trucks, industrial and commercial, as well as off-grid applications.

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New study defines decarbonisation pathway for shipping

decarbonisation for shipping

In order for an ambitious GHG reduction strategy to be delivered, Zero Emission Vessels will need to form a significant proportion of newbuilds in shipping fleets from 2030. A new study by LR and UMAS demonstrates the viability of ZEVs, identifying what needs to be in place to make them a competitive solution for decarbonisation. 

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