GHG emissions 2030 in shipping – Analysis of the maximum technical abatement potential

To analyze the greenhouse gas emissions of international shipping based on the fuel life cycle (WtW). The main finding is that global shipping can reduce carbon emissions by half within 10 years with minimal impact on international trade.

According to the report, by 2030, emissions are projected to decrease by 36 to 47 percent compared to 2008 through the use of 5 to 10 percent zero or near-zero fuels, wind assistance technology, and ‘climate optimizing’ of ships.

Taking Action on Operational Efficiency (Operational Efficiency Ambition Statement Actions Report)

To analyze the experience and content of 26 shipping companies introducing 70 measures aimed at improving operational efficiency and reducing GHG emissions.
Based on this, in order to improve ship operation efficiency, the report describes key issues and related cases in which interested organizations, such as ship owners, charterers, management companies, ports, and terminals closely related to ship operation, should cooperate with each other.

Oil Analysis & Forecast to 2028

To provides analysis, data, and information on the demand, supply, refining, and logistics distribution of petroleum resources. Based on the current data identified, the paper predicts the demand and supply of fuel oil energy resources on land and at sea until 2028 and provides related information. In addition, the outlook for international petroleum-based energy is analysed based on development information on new and renewable energy produced by region, especially in the Middle East and Asia, including China and India.