Environment

  • “K” LINE and KEPCO Signed MoU on the Joint Study...

    Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (“K” LINE) has signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the joint study of liquefied CO2 shipping for developing Carbon dioxide Capture and Storage (CCS) value chain with The Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc. (KEPCO) today. The two companies will jointly study optimal marine transportation schemes and shipping costs of liquefied CO2 emitted from KEPCO’s thermal power plants and aim to develop the CCS value chain in future.

  • IRENA Helps Maritime Sector Ramp-up...

    The maritime shipping industry contributes 3 per cent of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions and is heavily reliant on fossil fuels. Accounting for over 90 per cent of global trade volume, the maritime sector is regarded as the world economy’s backbone. As business expands, emissions are anticipated to rise even further. If the shipping industry is to travel on the path towards zero emission, urgent action is needed that is coordinated and all-encompassing.

  • Valenciaport to train 5,000 truck drivers in a...

    To train 5,000 truck drivers in 35 days in the use of an application (App) for mobile phones. This is the challenge that the Port of Valencia will be facing from Monday 16th January. A whole training company at the terminal that has set up the ValenciaportPCS -Port Community System- technological platform with the triple objective of reducing queues and waiting times for hauliers, speeding up container receptions and deliveries, and saving fuel and reducing CO2 emissions.

  • Cyprus Shipping Deputy Ministry (SDM) to organize...

    An initiative of the Cyprus SDM in association with the University of Houston hosted by PwC Cyprus Experience Centre, the three-hour webinar will be held on 19 January 2023 starting at 15:30 EET. Live streamed in real-time, experts from industry and academia will assess the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of fuels including hydrogen, ammonia, biofuel and methanol.

  • Decarbonization Panama and the Ship Registry’s...

    Currently the Panama Registry, through its incentive program for shipowners and companies, promotes the construction of efficient ships that generate less pollutants. Among the special incentive options is the Eco Ship and New Construction incentive. “With these actions, the country shows its commitment to the environment, which is an effort of all.

  • Decarbonization Panama and the Ship Registry’s...

    Currently the Panama Registry, through its incentive program for shipowners and companies, promotes the construction of efficient ships that generate less pollutants. Among the special incentive options is the Eco Ship and New Construction incentive. “With these actions, the country shows its commitment to the environment, which is an effort of all.

  • The International Maritime Organization...

    During the 79th session of the Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC), the International Maritime Organization (IMO) amended Annex VI (Prevention of Air Pollution from Ships) of the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL) to adopt the Mediterranean Sea Emission Control Area for Sulphur Oxides and Particulate Matter (Med SOx ECA) and designate the Mediterranean Sea as a Sulphur Emission Control Area (SECA). Other SECAs include the Baltic Sea, the North Sea, the North American Area (covering waters adjacent to the Pacific coast, Atlantic coast, Gulf of Mexico coast and eight Hawaiian Islands) and the United States Caribbean Sea.

  • Materializing International Trade of Decarbonized...

    As deviations in H2 production capacity by countries become a considerable barrier to the realization of the global H2 economy, international trade between countries with abundant resources and those with limited resources is required.

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“K” LINE and KEPCO Signed MoU on the Joint Study of Liquefied CO2 Shipping for Developing CCS Value Chain

Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (“K” LINE) has signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the joint study of liquefied CO2 shipping for developing Carbon dioxide Capture and Storage (CCS) value chain with The Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc. (KEPCO) today. The two companies will jointly study optimal marine transportation schemes and shipping costs of liquefied CO2 emitted from KEPCO’s thermal power plants and aim to develop the CCS value chain in future.

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IRENA Helps Maritime Sector Ramp-up Decarbonisation Efforts

The maritime shipping industry contributes 3 per cent of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions and is heavily reliant on fossil fuels. Accounting for over 90 per cent of global trade volume, the maritime sector is regarded as the world economy’s backbone. As business expands, emissions are anticipated to rise even further. If the shipping industry is to travel on the path towards zero emission, urgent action is needed that is coordinated and all-encompassing.

English

Valenciaport to train 5,000 truck drivers in a mobile application that will avoid queues and reduce CO2 emissions

To train 5,000 truck drivers in 35 days in the use of an application (App) for mobile phones. This is the challenge that the Port of Valencia will be facing from Monday 16th January. A whole training company at the terminal that has set up the ValenciaportPCS -Port Community System- technological platform with the triple objective of reducing queues and waiting times for hauliers, speeding up container receptions and deliveries, and saving fuel and reducing CO2 emissions.

English

Cyprus Shipping Deputy Ministry (SDM) to organize “SWOT-ing the potential of low- and zero- emission fuels in the maritime sector”

An initiative of the Cyprus SDM in association with the University of Houston hosted by PwC Cyprus Experience Centre, the three-hour webinar will be held on 19 January 2023 starting at 15:30 EET. Live streamed in real-time, experts from industry and academia will assess the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of fuels including hydrogen, ammonia, biofuel and methanol.

English

Decarbonization Panama and the Ship Registry’s commitment

Currently the Panama Registry, through its incentive program for shipowners and companies, promotes the construction of efficient ships that generate less pollutants. Among the special incentive options is the Eco Ship and New Construction incentive. “With these actions, the country shows its commitment to the environment, which is an effort of all.

English

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