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Maritime Giant Maersk Pledges Carbon Neutrality by 2050 (Int'l)
Maersk
Date: 2019-07-17
As previously reported, Maersk, the world's largest maritime container shipping company, has committed to become carbon neutral by 2050.

The shipping giant, which operates nearly 700 global vessels, has already substantially cut emissions and spent $1 billion to date in efficiency improvements aimed at the intermediate target of cutting emissions by 60 pct by 2030. To date, Maersk has reduced CO2 emissions by 46 pct -- roughly 9 pct more than the industry average.

Maritime emissions were not covered by the Paris Climate Agreement. (Source: Maersk, ZME, 16 July, 2019) Contact: Maersk Line, www.maerskline.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Marine Emissions,  Carbon Emissions,  Maritime Emissions,  Maersk,  


Amsterdam Expects Biodiesel Blends to Cut CO2 Emissions (Int'l)
Port of Amsterdam ,Good Fuels
Date: 2017-03-13
The Port of Amsterdam reports that vessels in its fleet will now run on fuel containing 30 pct biodiesel, reducing CO2 emissions by 25 percent compared to conventional diesel.

The port notes that, following a successful pilot, GoodFuels Marine has been awarded the tender to supply the Port of Amsterdam's fleet of five patrol vessels with the biodiesel bunkers. (Source: Port of Amsterdam, Ship & Bunker, 10 Mar., 2017) Contact: Good Fuels Marine, Dirk Kronemeijer, CEO, info@goodfuels.com, goodfuels.com/marine; Port of Amsterdam, www.portofamsterdam.com/en

More Low-Carbon Energy News Biodiesel,  Marine Biofuel,  Marine Emissions,  CO2,  Good Fuels,  

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