IMO:n GHG työryhmä

IMO:n kasvihuonekaasuja käsittelevä GHG-työryhmä kokoontuu 11.-15.11.2019 arvioimaan jäsenvaltioiden kokoukselle toimittamia ehdotuksia päästöjen vähentämiseksi. Fokus on erityisesti lyhyen aikavälin toimenpiteissä eli toimissa, jotka olisivat käytössä vuonna 2023.

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Suomen Varustamoiden kantoihin liittyen GHG-vähentämistoimenpiteisiin voit tutustua täältä.

 

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ISWG-GHG 6/2 Japan and Norway Initial impact assessment of the energy efficiency improvement measure on existing ships (EEXI) Norway and Japan
ISWG-GHG 6/2/1 Denmark Initial impact assessment of the goal-based short-term measure proposed in document MEPC 74/7/4 Denmark
ISWG-GHG 6/2/2 Norway Strengthening the SEEMP – introducing a mandatory audit or survey scheme Norway
ISWG-GHG 6/2/3 Japan and Norway Revised proposal for goal-based energy efficiency improvement measure utilizing Energy Efficiency Existing Ship Index (EEXI) Japan and Norway
ISWG-GHG 6/2/4 Greece Proposal for approval by MEPC 75 of mandatory amendments to further strengthen the Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP) Greece
ISWG-GHG 6/2/6 Bahamas, Chile, Liberia, India, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, ICS, IPTA and RINA Proposal for approval by MEPC 75 of mandatory amendments to strengthen the Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP) Bahamas, Chile, Liberia, India, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, ICS, IPTA and RINA
ISWG-GHG 6/2/7 France and Monaco Goal based approach and speed optimization France and Monaco
ISWG-GHG 6/2/8 France Speed regulation for bulkers and oil and chemical tankers France
ISWG-GHG 6/2/10 China Main elements of the mandatory operational energy efficiency performance rating mechanism and the potential technical solutions China
ISWG-GHG 6/2/11 Denmark, Germany and Spain Proposal for a goal-based short-term reduction measure Denmark, Germany and Spain

 

ISWG-GHG 6/2/12 BIMCO Proposal to regulate power of existing ships as a proxy for emissions, both of which having a relationship to speed Bimco
ISWG-GHG 6/2/13 CSC Initial impact assessment of the proposal to regulate ship operational speed together with a description of criteria that should be used to identify short-term measures for adoption and implementation CSC
ISWG-GHG 6/2/14 Brazil Initial impact assessment of candidate short-term measures and the importance of an energy efficiency indicator for existing ships Brazil
ISWG-GHG 6/4 China, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and IAHP Proposal on a draft MEPC resolution on encouragement of Member States to submit National Action Plans China, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and IAHP
ISWG-GHG 6/5 Norway Principles for developing lifecycle carbon intensity guidelines Norway
ISWG-GHG 6/5/1 Republic of Korea Further consideration on development of the lifecycle GHG/carbon intensity guidelines for all types of fuels Republic of Korea
ISWG-GHG 6/5/2 United Kingdom Setting the framework for shipping’s new fuels UK
ISWG-GHG 6/5/3 CSC The climate impact of Liquefied Natural Gas as a fuel for shipping taking into account methane slip from marine engines and from the supply chain CSC
ISWG-GHG 6/7 Norway The need for a flexible compliance mechanism Norway
ISWG-GHG 6/7/1 Finland Digitalization as a tool to reduce GHG emissions in maritime transport Finland

Sinikka Hartonen
Ympäristö ja Teknologia

Sinikka Hartonen vastaa ympäristöön ja teknologiaan liittyvistä kysymyksistä. +358 40 732 3164 sinikka.hartonen@shipowners.fi