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On-demand webinar: Alternative ship fuels – status and outlook (April 2022)

Covering the most relevant alternative fuel options, such as LNG, methanol, biofuels, and ammonia plus recommendations for the fuel selection

DNV Conference – The fuel of the future | Access full recording

Together with a group of industry experts, we discussed how to unleash the power of collaboration to meet the challenges of decarbonization

Alternative Fuels Online Conference | Access all recordings

This annual conference gives you up-to-date insights into alternative fuels and the decarbonization of shipping as a whole. Stay tuned!

Maritime Forecast to 2050 | Download your free copy

The 2021 edition offers practical advice and solutions as shipping’s carbon reduction trajectories rapidly head towards zero

06 April 2022

DNV to lead Nordic Roadmap partnership for zero-carbon ship fuels

The Norwegian Ministry of Climate and Environment has awarded DNV and its partners a contract to develop a roadmap for the introduction of sustainable zero-carbon fuels across the Nordic region. The “Nordic Roadmap” aims to accelerate the transition to zero carbon fuels by reducing the key barriers to their uptake and creating a platform for cooperation across the region. Working together with DNV on the development of the Nordic Roadmap are Chalmers, IVL, MAN Energy Solutions, Menon, and Litehauz.

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06 April 2022

DNV to class commissioning service operation vessels prepared for hydrogen operations

At the Nor-Shipping trade fair, DNV signed a classification contract for two new Commissioning Service Operation Vessels (CSOVs), ordered by the Norwegian pure play offshore wind operator Edda Wind. The vessels will be built at Colombo Dockyard in Sri Lanka and are designed for service operations during the commissioning and operation of offshore wind farms and are prepared for hydrogen operations. They are scheduled to be delivered under the Norwegian Flag in January 2024 and July 2024.

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05 April 2022

DNV awards KNCC AiP for high pressure LCO2 transport concept

At the Nor-Shipping trade fair today, DNV presented Knutsen NYK Carbon Carriers (KNCC) with an Approval in Principle (AiP) for their new PCO2 tank system for the transportation of liquefied CO2 (LCO2). KNCC is a new joint venture company established by the Knutsen Group and the NYK Group to provide CO2 transportation and storage solutions. Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen, DNV Maritime CEO, presented the AiP to Trygve Seglem, owner of Knutsen and Vice Chair of KNCC, President and Chief Executive Officer of NYK Group Europe Ltd., Svein Steimler, Managing Executive Officer of NYK Line and Chair of KNCC, Anders Lepsøe, CEO of KNCC, and Per Lothe, the Technical Advisor in KNCC.

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Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen in conversation with industry leaders

Watch the SpotlightOnShipping interview series which brings together leaders from across shipping to tackle some of the most pressing industry challenges

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Maritime Impact podcasts

Podcast: What did we learn about CII and SEEMP+ at MEPC76?

In this episode, host Eirik Nyhus analyses the US greenhouse gas policy and how the return to a climate-friendly approach could affect the shipping industry.

Podcast: Taking a closer look at EEXI after MEPC 76

This episode looks at the details of the Energy Efficiency Existing Ship Index (EEXI) discussed at the MEPC 76 and what is means for the industry

Podcast: Navigating shipping's latest environmental regulations

Host Eirik Nyhus discusses the policy landscape, why these changes are taking place, and the additional pressures that shipping businesses are facing as the industry moves towards a decarbonized future

Podcast: Navigating shipping's latest environmental regulations

Host Eirik Nyhus explores the EU's latest package of greenhouse gas regulations and how the Fit for 55 decarbonization project will affect the shipping business.

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CII – Carbon Intensity Indicator

The CII measures how efficiently a ship transports goods or passengers and is given in grams of CO2 emitted per cargo-carrying capacity and nautical mile

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Energy Efficiency Existing Ship Index

The EEXI is to be verified and a new Energy Efficiency Certificate issued no later than the first annual IAPP survey on or after 1 January 2023

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The DCS and MRV requirements are mandatory, and the first step in a larger process to collect and analyse emissions data

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LNG as marine fuel

DNV has supported the development of LNG as fuel since the infancy of the use of LNG as marine fuel

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Digitalization in maritime industry

Learn more about DNV’s many digitalized services, including DATE, electronic certificates, smart survey bookings and cyber security solutions

Rules and standards

Rules for classification, service specifications, standards and recommended practices

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