Carriers uncertain about their ship emissions – CII becomes reality in 87 days
There are 87 days until CII, which will measure carbon emissions from ships, comes into force. The new regulation is disputed. Some carriers say they know their ship emissions, others find it complicated. ShippingWatch dives into the world of CII.
The IMO’s climate regulation, the Carbon Intensity Indicator(CII), is about to become reality. There are only 87 days until the regulation comes into force and thus for data-gathering from every vessel to begin in earnest.
CII: IMO’s new climate regulation, CII, is liable to undermine its own intentions, German carrier Oldendorff warns. CII fails to view situation in its entirety, which may lead to an increase in emissions.
CII: Although a new legal clause places the responsibility and bills for poor climate ratings with operators and carriers, this has not altered Seaspan’s negotiations with customers, the major shipowner tells ShippingWatch.