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Low Carbon Shipping Outlooks | View of the Value Chain


Year: 2021
Language: english
Author: ABS
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 80
Description: Setting the Course to Low Carbon Shipping - View of the Value Chain
The third in the ABS Setting the Course to Low Carbon Shipping Series, provides a detailed value-chain analysis of the greenhouse gas (GHG) footprint of leading alternative marine fuels. As pressure increases to not only reduce shipping’s carbon footprint but to also decarbonize the entire maritime value chain, this first-of-its kind analysis takes a look at the entire life cycle, from well to wake.
This year’s report also examines the potential technical requirements and operational trade-offs that may be necessary in future versions or conversions to low carbon operations of three existing ship types: a Chinamax Bulk Carrier, an Aframax Tanker and a Feeder Containership. Additionally, the report explores the innovative carbon-reduction practices presently being deployed at ports and other land-side value chain elements as the sector transitions towards a more sustainable business model.

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