Tag: <span>Reporting</span>

ESL, Attracs and Viking Line develop emissions reporting models
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ESL, Attracs and Viking Line develop emissions reporting models

Viking Line, ESL Shipping and Attracs have recently joined forces with Åbo Akademi University and PBI Research Institute in a project called Driving Emissions Out of Shipping (DEOS). The project will develop emissions reporting models that enable cargo owners to understand the emissions of their supply chain and select verified low emission transportation that provides...

NAPA, MOL and ClassNK to develop navigational risk monitoring system
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NAPA, MOL and ClassNK to develop navigational risk monitoring system

NAPA, ClassNK, and Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) have announced that the software they have been collaborating on to intelligently monitor and mitigate grounding risks has been verified as successful in its proof-of-concept stage. Following the proof-of-concept stage, MOL, NAPA and ClassNK have agreed to the joint further development for a comprehensive navigational risk monitoring system....

ABS launches smart emissions reporting tool
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ABS launches smart emissions reporting tool

ABS has added another smart digital tool to its environmental compliance support for shipowners and operators. ABS Emissions Reporter allows vessel operators to input and monitor their IMO Data Collection System (DCS) and EU Monitoring Reporting and Verification (MRV) review process with ease and efficiency. The easy-to-use, self-service application tracks the status of the verification...

RightShip launches 2021 vetting criteria
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RightShip launches 2021 vetting criteria

RightShip has expanded its vetting criteria as part of its mission to improve safety and sustainability in the maritime industry and drive the sector beyond base compliance. The new criteria extends beyond the previous version from 20 assessment items to 50 items. We have drilled down further in terms of incidents and PSC performance and looked at operator performance in more detail. While the vetting standards...

Signal launches CO2 emissions tool
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Signal launches CO2 emissions tool

Tanker and dry bulk market participants are now able to assess the CO2 impact when chartering ships optimally positioned for their cargo, thanks to a new update on the Signal Ocean platform. The service is used by shipowners, traders and oil majors who control around half of the world’s crude oil spot tonnage and cargoes...