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.

A group of shipping companies, commodity traders and commodity producers have been the driving force behind the charter, which has been dubbed Sea Cargo Charter. And the list includes names such as Anglo American, Cargill Ocean Transportation, Dow, Norden, Total and Trafigura.

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