The 4% of European shipping could run on synthetic fuels in 2030, according to the map prepared by T&E. But only a third of these projects are guaranteed, as fuel suppliers fear a lack of demand.

The Global Center for Marine Decarbonization (GCMD), which brings together public entities and companies based in Singapore, awarded its study on the security of ammonia supply to a consortium led by DNV.

Ambitious targets have been set for the entire AP Moller - Maersk company to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2040, a decade ahead of its initial 2050 ambition. The associated 2030 targets will ensure a world-leading green offering. the sector and a significant reduction in emissions already in this decade.

The Swiss company WinGD, developer of marine engine technology, has published a new white paper in which it sets out the steps that, in its opinion, will allow deep-sea navigation to be decarbonized in accordance with IMO provisions. The guide is intended to enlighten shipowners about options that can be taken with confidence today to drastically reduce emissions, rather than waiting for the emergence of "miracle" technologies.

The Maersk design is unique in the industry and enables energy efficiency per container transported to be improved by 20% compared to the industry average for ships of this size. In addition, the entire series is expected to save around one million tons of CO2 emissions per year, offering our customers carbon-neutral transport on maritime routes.

24 Nov 2021 DNV published in September 2021 the fifth update of its Maritime Forecast Report 2050 where the decarbonization scenarios of maritime transport are analyzed and ...

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