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Marine fuel experts to address decarbonisation challenge at the Future Fuels for Shipping Seminar
Taking place at the IMO’s Headquarters in London on 5th – 6th November, the Future Fuels for Shipping Seminar will provide industry members with the opportunity to hear from experts on the future of marine fuels and propulsion.
Shipowners search for a bridge to reach 2050 decarbonisation goals
Shipping industry stakeholders at the Green Ship Technology Europe conference in Copenhagen last month spoke about the challenges involved with reaching the IMO target of a 70% reduction in CO2 emissions by the year 2050. Hesitant to commit to a single technology pathway, some shipowners are taking an “all of the above” approach to investment in new fuels and propulsion methods.
Six scenarios for shipping in 2020
Four experts weigh in on six potential outcomes for the shipping industry in the aftermath of sulphur cap implementation.
Julian Clark's take on six scenarios for shipping in 2020
These are the responses in full of Hill Dickinson's Global Head of Shipping, Julian Clark, to the scenarios outlined in our article, Six Scenarios for Shipping in 2020. Clark provides some useful background detail to the six scenarios and considers the legal ramifications on non-compliance for vessel owners.
Richard Clayton’s take on six scenarios for shipping in 2020
These are Lloyd's List Chief Correspondent Richard Clayton's responses in full to the scenarios outlined in our article, Six Scenarios for Shipping in 2020. Clayton extends his analysis beyond ULSFO and MGO to include the likely outcomes for vessels using LNG as a marine fuel and scrubbers.
Lloyd’s List Outlook 2019: Regulation
This year was one of crucial achievements, heightened dispute and loose ends that were never fully tied up in the maritime regulatory landscape. Next year should start to offer some more clarity, but if we had one forecast to make with some certainty it would be that environmental regulation will continue to dominate both companies’ and policymakers’ attention.
Are the biofouling guidelines sufficient in their current form? Q&A with Theofanis Karayannis
Theofanis Karayannis is the Head of Marine Biosafety at the International Maritime Organisation. We caught up with at the BWMTech conference in London to discuss the upcoming review of the IMO’s biofouling guidelines, and the potential for a mandatory instrument on biofouling post-2020.
WEBINAR: Hybrid and electric integration in the fleet
In this webinar, Sondre Henningsgard, Managing Director of the Maritime Battery Forum, outlines the financial advantages of a hybrid and electric fleet and challenges of integration.
Pushing the Envelope: The Future Fuel Issue #5
Read the latest on future fuel solutions as the maritime industry is preparing for the IMO's 2020 sulphur cap.
Pushing the Envelope: The Green Issue #2
In this Issue of Pushing the Envelope, we look back to the events leading up to the historical MEPC 72 meeting, and analyse the consequences of the latest Marine Environmental Protection Committee's gathering.
Shipowners’ Major Concerns Over the 2020 Sulphur Cap Compliance
VIDEO: Shipowners discuss the challenges of 2020 compliance at GST & Shipping2030 Europe 2018.
5 Tips to Comply with Regulations
We’ve collated the top tips that experts have provided to the shipping industry to ease the process of compliance with green regulations.
Developing the Battery Technology to Fuel Shipping in the Future
With approaching emission challenges, the shipping sector is looking to replace HFO. A green and sustainable solution is battery technology, and the developments are promising for a future of battery fuelled fleets.
Emissions Challenges: 2018 & Beyond
Thomas Kirk, Director of Environmental Performance at ABS, reviews the upcoming emissions challenges for shipping and how to comply with regulations
Wind Power for Shipping: Not Just Hot Air
Shipping is entering a brave new era with ever accelerating advances in big data, artificial intelligence, smart ships, robotics and automation. However, one of the newest and most exciting advances in cargo shipping is actually not an "advance" at all - but the adaptation of existing ideas that actually been around for a very long time. Vessel propulsion mechanisms that innovators in shipping and maritime are testing right now are often updated versions of tech that already exists, such as that “rotor ship” described in that 1930 Popular Science article.