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The multifaceted approach towards regulating carbon emissions in international shipping: Global, regional and national measures

European Union - June 7 2021 A multi-layered and evolving regulatory landscape is emerging at the global, regional and national levels. These all share a common goal: to regulate…

Alessio Sbraga, Isabel Philips.

Reducing international shipping’s carbon intensity through the IMO’s EEXI and CII: charterparty implications and challenges

Global - March 31 2021 The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has approved draft regulations aimed at reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from international…

Alessio Sbraga, Isabel Philips.

Inclusion of shipping in the EU Emissions Trading System: current landscape, perspective and potential impact

European Union, United Kingdom - December 14 2020 The EU is moving ahead with plans to include the shipping industry in the EU Emissions Trading System. The necessary legislation could come into…

Alessio Sbraga.

Nitrogen emissions limits in the Baltic Sea - A sign of things to come?

Global - February 7 2019 As most readers of shipping and maritime news will be aware, one of the biggest issues for market participants is the upcoming sulphur oxide (SOX)…

Alex Kemp, Gudmund Bernitz.

LNG Bunkering in the Baltic Sea - A question of when, not if?

Global - April 9 2018 In this further article on issues affecting the maritime industry in the Baltic Sea (our previous articles can be found here and here), we…

Alex Kemp, Gudmund Bernitz.