New plans to drive carbon capture industry forward

A call for evidence launched today to explore new ways to transport captured CO2 that would enable more UK industries to adopt carbon capture technology.

MOL Becomes First Japanese Operator to Commercially Install Onboard CO2 Capture System

TOKYO-Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL; President & CEO: Takeshi Hashimoto) today announced that it has decided to equip its LR1 product tanker Nexus Victoria (75,000 DWT class) with the “Filtree System,” an onboard CO2 capture system with a SOx scrubber (Note 1) manufactured by Value Maritime B.V. (VM) (Note 2), a Dutch emission reducing technology company.

New fuel tank options as methanol gains ground

According to many experts, the chemical – CH3OH – offers significant benefits as a marine fuel of the future

Researcher Warns of Hidden Emissions Caused by Ramp-Up of Alternative Fuels

The shift to alternative bunker fuels risks raising the GHG emissions of the shipping industry if additional feedstock for the renewable alternatives is not sustainably produced, according to a recently published paper.

What do we need to know to make CO2 shipping for CCS a reality?

This Energy Insight provides a summary of the concepts and factors relevant to the shipping of CO2 in liquid form, in the UK and elsewhere, for the purpose of broadening the geographic reach of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) applications.