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Whatever lofty future goal we pursue, it’s important to remember that policy and technology are only part of the solution. No policy, no technology, no system can deliver a better industry without the right people on the front lines living the changes and making it happen.
A new short-term hybrid technical and operational measure, which will see new energy efficiency requirements from 2023 and mandatory carbon intensity targets from 2026, was approved by the International Maritime Organization’s Marine Environment Protection Committee last week
The Lloyd’s List 2021 Shipping Outlook Forum takes place on December 1 and we need your input to help shape the discussion. Our online poll is now live, with 10 questions on the critical issues likely to influence maritime markets next year and beyond
There has been much discussion about future fuels and retrofitting energy efficiency technology can make a difference to the industry’s carbon footprint immediately. The question is: who should pay for it
Støhle is also eyeing using ammonia to produce hydrogen, which has gained traction from policy makers as a potential carbon-free fuel
In its latest report, Gibson argued that ‘carbon taxes might be the only way to make future fuels more competitive’. The ship brokerage also pointed out owners’ reluctance to invest in liquefied natural gas-fueled ships because of a lack of guidance from the IMO
Classification society DNV GL is receiving a lot of interest from customers looking to initiate battery-powered or battery hybrid vessel projects
The world’s biggest shipping company says it is disappointed in the new short-term greenhouse gas measures that global regulators approved and wants discussion on longer-term measures to start in 2021
BW has pioneered dual-fuelled LPG engines and recently announced a world first with a VLGC voyage on full LPG propulsion across the Pacific. It’s a voyage expected to produce 20% less greenhouse gas emissions and use 10% less fuel. Given the chorus of pro-LNG dual-fuel zealots out there right now, it’s perhaps surprising that LPG hasn’t managed work its way higher up the agenda. BW’s technology and operations chief Pontus Berg joins our reporter Inderpreet Walia this week to offer a fresh look at LPG
A diluted, tepid brew of short-term efficiency measures was served up at the IMO with the promise of carbon-free jam tomorrow, but it was a compromise that only united the fragmented positions in disappointment
Environmental groups blast the new rules on restrictions of HFO use and carriage in the Arctic Sea, which come into effect in mid-2024 with exemptions until mid-2029, but governments stand firm in their support of the regulations
‘The next step is to plan for a net zero-carbon energy mix,’ said Golar LNG’s chief executive. Meanwhile, the replacement of coal, fuel oil and diesel with cleaner burning LNG represents one of the easiest and most cost-effective near-term steps to decarbonise the world’s energy mix
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