Cargill, Trafigura and Norden want shipowners to publicly disclose CO2 emissions

17 industry players including Cargill, Norden, Ørsted and Trafigura now commit to a new set of regulations that aim to have bulk and tanker shipping companies calculate their CO2 emissions in a uniform way and have them publish the figures every year. "There's a growing demand for it from customers," Norden CEO Jan Rindbo tells ShippingWatch.

Jan Rindbo, CEO of shipping company Norden. | Photo: Lars Krabbe/ERH

Several of the world's top players in tanker and dry bulk now launch a set of guidelines aimed at getting exact figures for how much CO2 the individual shipowner emits.

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