Rerouted shipping via Cape of Good Hope raises emissions, with a modest immediate EUA demand impact. Read the latest IG Sustainability short report analysing costs, risk, and environmental implications.
Shipping is on a path to a zero-carbon future and IFCHOR GALBRAITHS is building and implementing commercial decarbonisation strategies for our clients to guide their journey. From regulatory advisory services to carbon emissions trading, we are helping the maritime sector reduce its environmental footprint, fast.
Our commercially viable programmes are delivered through our global broking teams and in partnership with IGCBO.IGCBO
By supporting clients at the forefront of the maritime industry’s decarbonisation revolution, we instigate the positive change needed to stay ahead of increasingly stringent regulations and stakeholder expectations whilst allowing clients to remain competitive.
Working towards a zero-carbon maritime industry
As COP28 calls for fossil fuel abandonment, the shift to green fuels necessitates substantial financial investment and cross-industry collaboration for effective decarbonisation. The EU-ETS, now live and counting, offers a framework for impactful maritime sector transformation.
MCS, a joint venture between IFCHOR GALBRAITHS and OrbitMI, utilizes an Emissions Estimator tool, powered by AI and voyage data that provides real-time CO2 predictions, supporting shipowners in EU ETS preparation and compliance.