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The ship.energy report 01/07/2022

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Commentary: Must do better

Mark Williams reviews the global vessel order book at the year’s mid-point and cautions that shipping – and some countries – really need to step up the pace on hitting decarbonisation efforts

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Energy News: MMMCZCS: Only 35% of top shipping firms have made net zero 2050 decarbonisation pledges

The Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping says the findings of its new study – which shows that only 33 out of 94 of the major shipping companies have clearly defined 2050 net zero targets – should be seen as ‘a serious wake-up call’ for the maritime sector.

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Technology News: Fuel cell technology piquing the interest of larger operators, says e1 Marine

The approval in principle from Lloyd’s Register in April was seen as an important milestone for e1 Marine’s M-series methanol-to-hydrogen generator. The technology will feature onboard the Hydrogen One, reportedly the world’s first methanol-fuelled towboat. According to the company’s Managing Director, Robert Schluter, there are several reasons why the technology is well placed to help with the shipping industry’s decarbonisation.

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Policy News: ICCT calls for low-carbon fuel regulations for China’s coastal shipping

It is ‘essential’ that low-carbon fuel regulations are implemented no later than 2030 for China’s domestic coastal shipping sector, according to a new report from the International Council on Clean Transportation.

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Knowledge News: The ship.energy podcast – Anthony Mollet, CEO, Marine Fuels Alliance

This week’s podcast guest is Anthony Mollet, who became the first Executive Officer of the newly formed Marine Fuels Alliance in October 2021 and who has highlighted sustainability as one of the main focus groups for the Alliance.

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Event Spotlight: Madrid LNG & Shipping Forum, 6-7 October, Madrid

This event will discuss the key topics surrounding LNG and new fuels in the shipping industry and consider how LNG shipping will help the world to become more sustainable

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TheMarine Energy Transition Forum returns to The Port of Antwerp in October 2022 to pick up the key threads of the complicated and evolving debate on shipping’s energy transition.

The Forum will also ask whether cross-sector partnerships and collaboration are already accelerating commercial, operational and technological progress in terms of the switch to new energy sources for the shipping and bunkering sectors.

METFprovides a platform for some of the leading experts on shipping’s energy transition to share their knowledge and insights. By the end of the Forum, delegates will have a clear and informed picture of what has been achieved in the decarbonisation of shipping – as well as the scale of the task ahead.

For full information about the speakers, sponsors, agenda, training courses, event venue, and registration visit www.petrospot.com/METF Read more

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