Singapore-headquartered Eastern Pacific Shipping has published data on its fleet’s CO2 emissions in 2019.
Releasing its emissions tracking information, the company noted that: ‘With a fleet of over 14 million deadweight-tonnes across six segments, it is critical that EPS quantifies the environmental impact of our CO2 emissions.
‘These metrics allow us to benchmark our performance against ourselves and the industry.’
EPS has used the Annual Efficiency Ratio (AER) and Energy Efficiency Operational Indicator (EEOI) formulas to establish its fleet's CO2 emissions. The new report shows the CO2 emissions of consumed diesel/gasoil, light fuel oil, heavy fuel oil, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG and LNG.
The full emissions report can be accessed here.