Wagenborg takes an active part in the shipping and transport de-carbonizing energy transition. Together with our stakeholders - authorities, clients, investors, public, employees and suppliers - we accept sustainability challenges to reduce our environmental footprint and take action on energy efficiency, CO2 reduction and ocean health.
Target to reduce CO2 emissions with 20% by 2024 and 40% by 2030
Goal to reduce CO2 emissions with 70% by 2050
20 USCG and IMO approved ballast water treatment systems
installations per year
Equip 100% of the fleet with USCG and IMO approved ballast water treatment systems by 2024.
In line with the IMO ambitions, we have set a target to reduce our CO2 emission by 40 % per ton/mile in 2030 compared to 2008. In addition we set a goal to reduce CO2 emissions by 70 % in 2050 compared to 2008. We follow our 5-track roadmap towards 2050 to comply with CO2 reduction targets and goals.
The quality of live under water is affected by possible pollution and waste from seagoing vessels. At Wagenborg we consider ocean health of great importance. As early adopters Wagenborg installed ballast water treatment systems far before the 2024 mandatory regulations to minimize the impact in and below water. We target to:
Both IMO and the EU establish regulations in line with the Paris agreement temperature goals. In this bulletin the impact of the EEXI, CII and Fit for 55 regulations are explained for shipowners and cargo owners.
With the agreement on EU Emission Trading System for maritime transport CO2 reduction will also be financially driven. For this, the use of alternative fuels is likely. But how to select the right alternative fuels?
In 2024 the Emission Trading System will be in force for vessels larger than 5.000 GT impacting the shipping industry and trade. In this bulletin, we will inform about the settlements to be made and some calculation examples.