Klaveness CEO accuses IMO's new CO2 rules of punishing efficient carriers

Efficient carriers will be punished if the IMO insists on measuring a ship's carbon intensity based on a the ship's maximum, potential cargo load and not the actual load transported, CEO of Norwegian Klaveness Combination Carriers tells ShippingWatch.

Photo: Klaveness Combination Carriers

Using the so-called 'Annual Efficiency Ratio' (AER) as a calculation method for CO2 intensity in shipping is complete nonsense, objects Engebret Dahm, CEO of Klaveness Combination Carriers.

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