Review of maritime transport 2023; Towards a green and just transition

To analyze trends in seaborn trade, global shipping services, freight rates, infrastructures at ports in 2023. etc., and discuss challenges in relation to the transition to decarbonization

Mapping of Zero-Emission Pilots and Demonstration Projects, 4th edition

To provide information on pilot and demonstration projects focused on ship technology, fuel production and supply, and infrastructure solutions to achieve decarbonization in the shipping industry by 2050

Maritime Forecast to 2050

To analyze the current state of the shipping industry’s carbon emission reduction transition and the prospects for new technologies and stretegies, including ship design and fuel selection, necessary to achieve full net-zero

Applying Alternative Fuels to Existing Ships (Engine Retrofit Report 2023)

To explore decarbonization through retrofitting existing ships and analyze the price gap between alternative fuels and conventional fuels through forecast scenarios for the application of alternative fuel technologies in ship retrofits

It is worth noting that this report proposes a required carbon tax of $350 per ton of CO2 in order to bridge the price gap between existing marine fuels and the latest eco-friendly alternative fuels, such as methanol and ammonia.

The role of energy efficiency regulations

The characteristics of the EEDI, EEXI, and CII regulations on ship energy efficiency and their practical impact on the maritime industry were analyzed. The role of each stakeholder in achieving the original purpose of these regulations was explained in realistic terms.

In particular, it introduces the positive impact of the EEDI regulation on the development of energy efficiency improvement technologies of ships, the limitations of the EEXI regulation, and the interrelationships between stakeholders for effective implementation of the CII regulation.