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Shipping’s first major far-reaching moonshot initiative is here. The Getting to Zero coalition has set its eyes on delivering commercially viable zero-emission vessels by 2030. On the podcast this week to explain what the coalition is all about are the Environmental Defense Fund’s Baroness Bryony Worthington and Tristan Smith from the University College London Energy Institute and University Maritime Advisory Services
The Virtual High-Level Meeting will be organized as an engaging and interactive online event, uniting the advantages of digital technologies, and the free-flowing exchange of ideas characteristic of Global Maritime Forum events
Retrofitting existing technologies would be a cost-effective way of reducing shipping’s carbon footprint, a Danish report suggests. The pandemic has pushed sustainable fuels further into the future
The ‘e5 consortium’ — comprising seven companies, including MOL and Mitsubishi Corp — plans to launch the world’s first zero-emission electric tanker, powered by large-capacity lithium ion batteries, in March 2022
A collaborative tie-up called the P4G Getting to Zero Coalition Partnership will initially seek to explore potential maritime decarbonisation opportunities in Indonesia, Mexico and South Africa
Deal follows a contract for four VLCC newbuildings signed separately between the two parties in November
Further savings could be achieved if data is collected correctly, and if shipowners stop focusing solely on the initial cost of newbuildings rather than understanding the subsequent operational cost
The leading charterer sees decarbonisation momentum persisting and pandemic accelerating the trend
The maritime industry needs clarity on the requirements for future fuels, says Chris Chatterton, chief operating officer at The Methanol Institute
The recovery operation cost $17m in total, which will be funded from levies collected from the shipping industry if not reclaimed, according to the Australian Maritime Safety Authority
Before coronavirus, the focus of container shipping boardrooms was the International Maritime Organization’s sulphur cap rules, decarbonisation and digitalisation. Now, a seemingly inevitable global financial downturn is likely to be the sector’s biggest test
The CBI criteria are based on emissions intensity thresholds set for different ship sizes and classes
The ITF argues for state support to be tied to societal goals instead of encouraging risk taking
Speculation about the future of CMA Shipping 2020 has ended as the organisers agree to combine with SHIPPINGInsight to create the first North American Shipping Week, covering technology, innovation, and commercial aspects of the industry
Society’s demand that shipping does more to improve levels of safety at sea and environmental protection is an obligation, not a request, says North P&I chief
The purpose of the so-called ‘At-Berth Regulation’ is to reduce emissions from diesel auxiliary engines on container ships, passenger ships, and refrigerated cargo ships while berthing at any California port
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