The IMO Greenhouse Gas Strategy is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 50% by 2050 compared to 2008 levels.
To achieve this the IMO adopted amendments to MARPOL Annex VI that entered into force on the 01st of November 2022, requiring shipowners to calculate, monitor, reduce and manage their total emissions and emissions intensity.
Our shipping emissions expertise will help you calculate accurately your shipping carbon footprint and emissions intensity and benchmark your energy efficiency performance against industry standards for your fleet profile, ensuring that you comply with IMO regulations and reporting.
Our focus is on providing solutions to problems
- We advise shipping companies and help them improve their shipping energy efficiency strategy and planning by focusing on the accuracy of calculating, estimating, and forecasting shipping emissions for a single vessel or an entire fleet.
- We consult with port authorities to set a road map toward decarbonisation, we focus on helping them understand the drivers of shipping emissions in ports through accurate shipping emissions estimates, forecasts and scenario modelling.
- We provide market reports that are based on a specific profile of a vessel/fleets energy efficiency performance for comparison and benchmarking. We work with our customers on their data, we help them structure KPIs, create insightful visualisations and reports, monitor and benchmark performance and implement a data-driven decision-making approach to improve strategies and long-term planning and investments.