A leaked draft of the EU’s multi-pronged plan to force shipping towards greener fuel choices confirms the worst fears of industry and green NGOs alike — namely that the rules will create a compliance minefield, cost billions of euros and ultimately push shipowners towards fuel choices that will lock fossil fuels into the supply chain for decades
Efficiency measures are necessary for now, but the real effort should be on research into carbon-neutral fuels. The IMO’s proposed R&D fund should be doubled if necessary
Hapag-Lloyd has ordered six more 23,500 teu containerships due in 2024, having ordered six of the same size in December. They were financed in line with the Loan Market Association’s green loan principles
CMA CGM executive officer Tanya Saadé Zeenny tells Lloyd's List that the business founded by her father and uncle has reached a milestone and that “it is our belief that better ways of doing business are possible”, as the group sets out five strategic pillars that will shape its future
The geopolitical fault lines are starting to show as the IMO’s climate change debate heads into diplomatic territory that is well outside of shipping’s influence. Division and distrust are hampering progress and the conversations are only going to get more difficult from here on
Running a giant fleet of 800 vessels, MOL wants to equip its fleet with about 90 LNG-fuelled vessels, excluding LNG carriers, by 2030, and 110 zero-emission ocean-going ships by 2035
The proposal for a $2 levy on fuel to fund decarbonisation research and development projects did not convince governments, but its supporters will have another chance to make their case in November
Governments were strongly divided on whether to start working on market-based measures and to begin considering a $100 CO2 levy on ships. This led to an impasse that has pushed back negotiations to November
Greek Shipping Co-Operation chairman Haralambos Fafalios says decarbonisation is a paramount objective that needs to be considered hand-in-hand with safety
The study will cover green ammonia production and supply, ammonia bunkering process, and potential issues arising from adopting ammonia as a marine fuel
Shipping heavyweights DNV, Wärtsilä and Maersk joined Lloyd’s List to discuss the industry’s decarbonisation trajectory, the role of regulation and the contentious issue of whether LNG is a viable option for the sector. Registration to sign up for our next webinar ‘How to innovate in shipping’ is now open
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