Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation launched by Singapore’s MPA


SINGAPORE: A new maritime decarbonisation research institution with S$120 million of government funding and six founding partners were launched by the Singapore authorities. The founding partners are BHP, BW GROUP, Eastern Pacific Shipping, Foundation Det Norske Veritas, Ocean Network Express and Sembcorp Marine.

This is part of the GCMD’s efforts to explore joint industry projects that advance the deployment of low and zero-carbon maritime solutions. A total of 31 organisations have express interest to collaborate with GCMD and they range from various industries such as shipping companies, classification societies, research centres, traders, energy platers, terminal and tank operators, engineering companies, financial institutions and industry associates. 

GCMD will be working closely with these organisations to establish strong partnerships and initiatives as part of its objective in delivering value to the global industry. – Ship & Bunker News Team

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