Methanol promising fuel to cut CO2 emissions

OCTOBER 22, 2018 — The Methanol Institute, the trade association for the methanol industry, recently welcomed the findings of the MethaShip research project that has concluded that renewable methanol offers a long-term

Cargill looks for 15% cut in shipping CO2 emissions by 2020

JUNE 19, 2018 — One of the world’s largest vessel charterers, agribusiness giant Cargill, has published its first corporate responsibility report specifically for its ocean transportation business. The report, written in line

ICS: IMO CO2 road map will go further than Paris Agreement

NOVEMBER 8, 2016 — The COP 22 Climate Conference is now underway in Marrakesh, Morocco. The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) used an official side event organized by IMO to argue that

Shipowners: EU must align its CO2 reporting with IMO

JUNE 6, 2016—Through a coordinated campaign, shipowner associations are going to try to persuade the European Union to align its unilateral regulation on the monitoring of shipping’s CO2 emissions with the mandatory

IMO’s MEPC makes progress on CO2 measures

APRIL 22, 2016 — IMO’s Marine Environment Committee (MEPC) has apparently made some progress on CO2 reduction at its meeting in London this week, particularly on the adoption of a global CO2

ICS sets out its position on CO2 monitoring, reporting

MARCH 21, 2014 — The IMO Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) session that starts March 31 will try to make progress on developing a global system of monitoring and reporting of CO2

ClassNK joins Drive Green Project scrubber research

FEBRUARY 18, 2014—ClassNK will join  with Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (K-Line), Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), Mitsubishi Kakoki Kaisha, Ltd, (MKK), and Japan Marine United Corporation (JMU) in a new joint development project