• 2017 February 14 11:56

    “K”Line’s CO2 reduction target certified as “Science Based Target (SBT)”

    “K” Line’s CO2 reduction targets were approved to be scientifically consistent with the level achieving to the “Paris Agreement” set binding 2℃ goal for rise of global temperature and obtained certification from an international initiative, Science Based Target Initiative (SBTi), the company said in its press release.

    In March 2015, “K”Line introduced its long-term environmental vision,“K” LINE Environmental Vision 2050 “Securing Blue Seas for Tomorrow” and set an environmental target to reduce CO2 emissions from operating ships by half before 2050 as one of counter-measures against global warming.

    At this juncture, “K”Line set the interim target to reduce CO2 emissions by 10% for 2019 and successfully accomplished ahead of schedule the target in 2015 and set a new interim target to reduce CO2 emissions by 25% for 2030. At this time, this milestone has been certified with SBTi.

    SBTi is a joint initiative established by CDP and other organizations in order to promote the achievement of science-based emission-reduction targets for greenhouse gases, and the existence of SBT is adopted as a part of evaluation item in CDP.

    As of 13 Feb, 2017, 211 of the majour companies around the world have declared to set SBT, in their companies, including ”K” Line, of which 35 companies’ targets have already been certified by SBTi.
     
    Paris agreement is a framework against global climate change which came into force on 4 Nov 2016, its achievement of “2℃ goal" for holding the increase in the global average temperature to well below 2℃ above pre-industrial levels, placed as the international issue.

    CDP is an international non-profit organization (NPO) that surveys, evaluates and discloses companies’ environmental initiatives, and they disclose the evaluation results as global common indicators to measure corporate value. “K”Line has been selected for top assessment “A” list in “CDP 2016 Climate” and also selected for “Supplier engagement leader board” as an excellect company in CDP supply chain program.




2017 April 28

18:20 SCF Group recognized at 2016 Marine Money awards for USD 750-million Eurobond issue
18:11 ABP Humber appoints Chris Bowlas as new Head of Commercial
18:01 Kiel Ostuferhafen expansion enters fifth phase
17:58 Norwegian Сruise Line takes delivery of first purpose-built ship for China
17:50 Bunker prices sink at the port of Novorossiysk, Russia (graph)
17:27 Ships of RF Navy’s Pacific Fleet take part in exercises
17:03 Container Terminal Saint-Petersburg handled 157,600 TEUs in QI’2017, up 7.8% Y-o-Y
16:42 Skangas wins framework agreement for LNG supply
16:18 FESCO opens Kuntsevo-2 to refrigerated containers
16:00 Throughput of Taganrog Commercial Sea Port up 38% to 320,000 t in QI’2017
15:34 Throughput of Multipurpose Reloading Complex (Ust-Luga) up 30% to 1.28 mln t in QI’2017
15:10 Tuco presents new light dive boat - LDV Light Diving Vessel
14:51 IMO arranged a series of national workshops focused on biofouling
14:35 Multipurpose Reloading Complex (Ust-Luga) increased financing of its development programme by 41%
14:12 Gazprom posts IFRS net profit of RUB 951.6 bln in 2016 (up 21%, year-on-year)
13:47 Training course aimed at assessment of seafarer competence is being held in Shanghai
13:23 Andrei Iovlev appointed as Harbour Master of Rostov-on-Don port (photo)
12:59 Throughput of Tuapse Commercial Seaport up 1.5% to 4.24 mln t in QI’2017
12:28 Throughput of Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg up 4.6% to 1.8 mln t in QI’2017
12:01 Keppel Shipyard to deliver twelfth FPSO to BW Offshore
11:44 Volga-Baltic transit to be opened from April 30
11:36 Maersk Line and Hamburg Süd sale and purchase agreement approved
10:57 Roman Chesnokov appointed as head of Administration of IWW's Ob-Irtysh Basin
10:25 Vympel Shipyard launches yet another Grachonok-class boat of Project 21980 (photo)
10:02 Kiel Ostuferhafen expansion enters fifth phase
09:39 Baltic Dry Index up to 1,134 points
09:18 Indicative bunker prices go down at the port of Saint-Petersburg, Russia (graph)

2017 April 27

18:41 MacGregor divests Woodfield Systems
18:04 ABS awarded the Offshore & Marine Engineering Award
17:58 IMO joined the 3rd Pacific Regional Energy and Transport Ministerial Meeting
17:40 DHT Holdings announces receipt of unimproved proposal from Frontline
17:35 AIDAdiva kicks off the cruise season in Rostock-Warnemünde
17:20 IMO’s Legal Committee is expected to consider adopting a resolution to encourage ratification and implementation of 2010 HNS Convention
17:04 Swire Pacific Offshore wins Excellence in Manpower Training and Development award
16:49 Rasul Sultanov appointed as Chairman of Astrakhan Region Government (photo)
16:34 Bentec enters the substantial North American oilfield equipment market
16:18 SCF Group recognized at 2016 Marine Money awards for USD 750-million Eurobond issue
16:04 Seabourn and ACTA announce Corporate Partnership agreement through 2017
15:58 Record number of cruise passengers spend 63 million euro in Stockholm
15:41 Hyundai Heavy Industries posts profits of 618.7 bln won for 1Q 2017
15:40 AIDA Cruises takes delivery of AIDAperla in Nagasaki from Mitshubishi Heavy Industries
15:30 Keppel FloaTEC secures engineering and construction support services contract for first Tension Leg Wellhead Production Platform in Vietnam
15:04 Deltamarin’s bulk carrier design shortlisted for Nor-Shipping Awards
15:04 Prosafe awarded Johan Sverdrup contract
14:41 IMO Secretary-General speaks at the 1st Assembly of the International Hydrographic Organization
14:18 IMO attended International Forum on Seafarers' Education, Training & Crewing
13:57 Record number of visitors at Intermodal Asia 2017
13:52 Global bunker market: the volatility remains, expert says
13:29 NOVATEK and Rosneft confirm plans on implementation of projects in Murmansk Region – Marina Kovtun
13:02 ShipRight FastTrack(FT) enables ship designers to cope with the demand for increased FE Analysis scope
12:37 MAN Diesel & Turbo presents new high-pressure SCR for two-stroke engines
12:16 DP World reports 5.7% gross volume growth in first quarter of 2017
12:13 Bunker prices are flat staying high at the Far East ports of Russia (graph)
11:50 RF Transport Ministry suggests NSRA reorganization and authorization for additional functions (photo)
11:05 Vitaly Klyuev forecasts up to 50 large ships and 200 service fleet units to operate permanently on NSR in years ahead
10:42 NIBULON’s fleet will be increased significantly
10:18 HH Ferries Group has docked Tycho Brahe for completion of battery conversion
09:56 Brent Crude futures price down 0.42% to $52.19, Light Sweet Crude – down 0.52% to $49.36
09:34 LUKOIL BoD recommended 2016 dividends distribution in the amount of RUB 120 per ordinary share
09:19 Baltic Dry Index down to 1,147 points