The shipping industry needs to steer itself quickly away from fossil fuels and towards sustainable alternatives.
This report describes what the stakeholders involved in green corridors project consortia must consider in order to contribute to a just transition.
Identifying the opportunities and challenges of designing a large ammonia-fueled container vessel
We are analyzing whether potential carbon storage in CCS networks can meet the expected demands from blue ammonia production for maritime in the context of the wider demand for CCS from other industries.
The NavigaTE Explainer is developed to help demystify NavigaTE. The document explains NavigaTE in simple terms, elaborating on the model choices that are made without delving into the equations.
The implementation of alternatives to conventional fossil-based fuels is key to decarbonization of the global shipping industry. Ammonia is currently one of the frontrunners among alternative shipping fuels, as it can be combusted with almost no carbon dioxide emissions. However, using ammonia as a shipping fuel involves safety hazards: primarily toxicity, but also onboard fires and explosions. Therefore, it is crucial to understand these risks and the safeguards that can be implemented to reduce them to tolerable levels.
A call for ambitious action from the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping
Using bio-diesel onboard vessels - An overview of fuel handling and emission management considerations
Will renewable electricity availability limit e-fuels in the maritime industry?
Design decisions and justifications of the Maritime Book & Claim system