Are you ready for the IMO Climate Strategy?

Posted to Maritime Reporter (by on October 15, 2019

The next fuel emissions challenge

 Alfa Laval Adaptive Fuel Line 
Greenhouse gas and your fuel line 
Even as preparations for the 2020 global sulphur cap are still underway, the marine industry is already moving on to tomorrow’s environmental compliance challenges. For example, IMO recently adopted an ambitious strategy to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions from shipping in order to meet the targets of the Paris climate change agreement. While an important goal, it is one that will profoundly impact vessels, and especially the fuel line, for decades to come.

 In a new post on the Fuel Line Blog, Dr. Markus Hoffmann, a Global Application Manager and marine fuels expert at Alfa Laval, examines how the IMO strategy will impact the future marine fuels market. He also takes a look at potential solutions that are emerging to tackle climate change at sea: from new and alternative fuels to Alfa Laval’s own research and development in this area. To find out how potential greenhouse gas regulation can impact your fuel line, you can read his article here.

Are you ready for the IMO climate change strategy?

 Fuels and operations will continue to evolve as the issue of greenhouse gas emissions becomes increasingly important within the marine industry. Keeping your fleet safe and up-to-date with new rules and technologies will require access to dependable knowledge and efficient services. The experts in Alfa Laval’s global service network will be here throughout this period of rapid change to make sure your fuel line gives you the performance you have come to count on.

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