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Pathway for a green medium-range tanker towards 2050

In a joint industry project, Hyundai Mipo Dockyards (HMD), Hyundai Global Service (HGS), and DNV studied a seventh-generation 50,000 dwt “green” medium-range tanker design from HMD to determine feasible approaches to achieving compliance with the IMO decarbonization trajectory towards 2050.

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Developing a concept for a “green” medium-range tanker
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The vessel under study – methanol (fossil/tank to wake)
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The vessel under study – LNG
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The EU Emissions Trading System may inflict high extra costs on shipping
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FuelEU Maritime will set requirements for well-to-wake emissions
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Assessment of the economic potential of fuel strategies
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A potential carbon intensity pathway based on the use of green drop-in fuels
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When will it be necessary to start adding green fuels?
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GHG reduction trajectory under the current IMO ambition
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GHG reduction trajectory under a stricter IMO ambition
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Estimated fuel price ranges
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Results of the modelling work: Investment cost and total cost of ownership
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Conclusion

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