by Felix Jung, Sustainability & LCA Manager, Liquid Wind
The shipping industry faces a considerable challenge - one approaching at an increasing speed.
Confronted with the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) regulations that require it to reduce its carbon intensity by 40% by 2030, the sector is focussing on short-term efficiencies.
Achieving the IMO's targeted 70% reduction by mid-century, shipping looks further ahead to a broader energy transition.
Momentum is growing towards the use of renewable fuels.
Calculating life-cycle emissions demonstrates that eMethanol can significantly contribute to carbon footprint reduction.Download PDF