This first-of-its-kind market report is for decision-makers at ports, shipping companies, cargo owners and technology companies who are responsible for decarbonisation. It is aimed at helping them understand the latest developments in policy and technology, what they need to do to comply with regulations, and what technologies are available from the market to support their decarbonisation strategy.
The report also provides an invaluable resource for mapping out the leading suppliers and buyers of decarbonisation technology from the last 12 months and breaking down demand into specific technologies that are being purchased today.
What are the major policy developments around the world that will impact maritime decarbonisation? Includes updates on the:
- Latest work of the IMO
- Critique of Carbon Intensity Indicator
- European Union regulations
- EU ‘Fit for 55’ developments
- The work of the Renewable and Low-Carbon Fuels Value Chain Industrial Alliance (RLCF Alliance)
- The latest on the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS)
- The latest policy developments from the United States government
- How China is pushing new maritime decarbonisation policy through
How is the shipping finance sector adapting to the major changes the industry is required to make:
- Why financiers will look for ESG-competent shipowners in 2023
- How the fair distribution of risk will factor into decision making for which ships get financed
- The critical importance placed on vessel optimisation and retrofitting existing ships by the ship finance sector
- What investments are being made in alternative fuels
Data from Thetius IQ, breaking down where shipowners, ports, and cargo owners are spending money on decarbonisation:
- The major role SMEs are playing in the development of viable decarbonisation technologies
- Which countries are leading the development of decarbonisation technologies
- The importance of public bodies, particularly ports, in driving decarbonisation technology demand
- The countries with the most buyers of decarbonisation technologies
- The critical role of academia, not for profits, and government bodies in acting as an enabler of adoption
- A breakdown of which technologies have been adopted in the last 12 months, ranked by priority
- A ranking of the most popular alternative fuels, based on purchases from the last 12 months
Case studies from the last 12 months, examining key technology purchases or commitments across ship operations, ports, and logistics:
- The details on CMA CGM’s decarbonisation fund
- Maersk’s work to boost the production capacity of green methanol
- How Stena Line has been working to enable methanol bunkering in Europe
- The £2bn decarbonisation strategy of Associated British Ports
- DP World’s $500m decarbonisation investment fund
- Forto and Hapag-Lloyd’s partnership to allow shippers to send their goods on biofuel ships
- DB Schenker’s first of its kind carbon insetting scheme to reduce scope three emissions
Decarbonisation market map 2022/23
- Detailing 101 leading technology suppliers, 129 leading technology buyers, and 39 leading enabler organisations.
One, three and ten year outlooks on the state of decarbonisation technology in the industry:
- How shipyard capacity may impact the adoption of sensors and energy saving devices.
- When we expect accurate global fleet emissions to emerge from data collection initiatives
- When will digital data collection become normalised in the world merchant fleet?
- Will the industry hit the IMO 2030 target for achieving a 40% reduction in emissions?
- Which sectors will move onto zero emission fuels first?
The H2 report is released in October 2023 and will cover:
- The results of the IMO’s updated greenhouse gas strategy covering 2024-2029.
- An update to leading suppliers and buyers operating in the space.
- Further review of the technologies and alternative fuels gaining traction in the market.
This report is available to all Thetius IQ subscribers and can be purchased as a one off report for £2950. Want to learn more? Download a sample report using the form below.