Hafnia aims to reach IMO target two years ahead of schedule

Tanker shipping company Hafnia aims to reach IMO's target of a 40 percent reduction in carbon intensity by 2028, which would be two years ahead of IMO's deadline. We are making several adjustments at once, says Hafnia chief executive Mikael Skov.

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Scrapping of older tankers, optimizations on the existing fleet and experiments with new fuels.

Product tanker shipping company Hafnia is pursuing a multitude of ways to achieve a significantly lower carbon intensity for its fleet, and the company plans to do so ahead of the IMO's deadline.

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