Lloyd’s Register, in collaboration with University Marine Advisory Services (UMAS), presented the findings of their transition pathways which identify the conditions that will need to happen to achieve a transition towards a decarbonised shipping industry.

Held on 29 January 2019 and moderated by Nor-Shipping, the webinar mapped potential transition pathways (milestones, enablers and barriers) that a wide range of shipping stakeholders can use to guide their own strategies. The webinar adds to the resources feeding into the work of SSI’s working group on biofuels.

Below are the documents related to the webinar:
Zero Emission Vessels: Transition Pathways
Fuel production cost estimates and assumptions
Safety considerations for the use of zero-carbon fuels and technologies

For more information on Lloyds Register’s sustainability work, visit their website.