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Mapping the path towards a lower carbon marine industry
ExxonMobil hosted an online discussion in association with The Motorship in early October that brought together senior figures from across the marine industry to discuss the challenge of decarbonization and identify what would be needed to move forward.
Assessment of Low Carbon Fuel Standard in response to IMO aspirations
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) adopted its initial levels of ambition for a quantitative fall in marine industry greenhouse gas emissions (GHG)
The search for a smart and sustainable future
The maritime sector is experiencing radical change from two directions; the drive towards decarbonisation and the growth of digitisation. Both are set to radically change the management and operation of the marine industry.
Meeting future energy needs with new marine fuel formulations
International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) 2020 sulphur cap has resulted in some much-publicised changes to marine fuel formulations
Setting sail for 2050: Imagining the future of marine lubrication
The maritime industry is undergoing seismic shifts of mounting complexity – a process set in motion by the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) 2020 sulphur cap on marine fuels.
The Road to 2050 Dr. Andreas Schmid, WinGD Future Technologies Team Leader

Engines designed within the next 5-10 years will still be in use by 2050 and beyond.