Carbon capture set to provide shipping with zero-carbon pathway and cargoes

It was not very long ago that the mention of carbon capture on board ships was met with raised eyebrows and polite incredulity.

First Nations and environmental groups respond to the U.S. government’s pause on LNG approvals

Today, the U.S. government, the world’s largest exporter of liquified natural gas (LNG), announced a pause on new LNG export approvals, citing climate and domestic cost-of-living concerns.

China Wants to Dominate the New Era of Clean Shipbuilding

China wants to extend its lead in global shipbuilding to a new generation of vessels that burn clearner fuels.

EU ETS: important compliance clarifications

Launched in 2005, the EU’s Emission Trading System is a “cap and trade” scheme where carbon emitters in certain sectors have to purchase allowances to cover their emissions during the relevant trading period.

Gibraltar Begins to Sketch out Low-emission Future

With the shipping decarbonisation debate primarily concerned with the fuels most likely to take sizeable market share from traditional fuel oil, how those fuels will be delivered is increasingly shifting the focus onto ports.

Without more action, LNG could pull international shipping off its decarbonization course

The International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) 2023 greenhouse gas (GHG) strategy aims for
international shipping to reach net-zero GHG emissions by or around 2050.

NGOs launch legal challenge against EU’s bid to label fossil fuel planes and ships as green.

Five NGOs – Fossielvrij, Protect our Winters, Dryade, CLAW and Opportunity Green – have launched a legal challenge against the European Commission, requesting it to review its green investment rules on aviation and shipping.

LNG – Leading Maritime Decarbonisation

This year’s View from the Bridge 2023-2024 highlights how the shipping industry has advanced along the LNG pathway to decarbonisation in 2023 and outlines the progress anticipated in 2024.

LNG as shipping’s alternative fuel in crosshairs again with European court challenge.

In Tuesday’s press release, Opportunity Green said that the EU Taxonomy should act as the standard for informing ethical and sustainable investments.