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Carbon Intensity for Offshore Vessels: Developing a CII benchmark for non-shipping sectors

In this webinar, we discuss the major considerations needed to adapt a CII that fits the needs of the incredibly diverse maritime contracting sector, and one that is accurate, consistent and can be implemented with relative ease.

In January 2023, the Carbon Intensity Indicator, or CII, became a mandatory reporting tool for global shipping vessels as part of the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) decarbonization strategy.

The industry is now investigating how to implement CII for the offshore and marine contracting sectors. When appropriately implemented, the CII also offers substantial advantages to offshore shipowners. It provides vital insights and KPIs to monitor the path to their decarbonization objectives and helps them better understand the impact of their investments to reduce fuel consumption. Finally, CII allows them to better leverage their vessels in an environmentally-conscious chartering market.

In this webinar you will learn about:

  • The commercial, financial and regulatory benefits of Carbon Intensity measurement
  • The challenges of adapting CII to offshore vessels
  • CII calculation options available today, and the far-reaching benefits of fleet digitization on fuel economy

Published on
January 30, 2024
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Emma Barrière
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