Together in Safety coalition publishes report on Future Fuels Risk Assessment

27th June 2022 | Print version

‘Together in Safety’ has carried out a series of hazard identification workshops with the purpose of identify and prioritising recommendations to the industry to ensure the safe deployment of future fuels. The fuels considered were LNG, Methanol, Ammonia and Hydrogen with the assumption that these are likely fuels to be used. The sustainability of the fuels in their well-to-wake factor, availability and cost were not in scope. The workshops were based on a tanker design using LNG as a fuel. The working group consisted of representatives from the following companies: APM Terminals, Carnival Corporation, Chevron, Euronav, Lloyd’s Register, Mærsk, MSC Ship Management, OCIMF and Shell. The report can be downloaded HERE.

Together in Safety’ is a non-regulatory shipping industry safety coalition that was established with the principal objective to protect seafarer lives,
and also to deliver improved business efficiency and commercial effectiveness. The focus is strongly on collaboration with the emphasis to deliver solutions that will improve the safety performance in shipping.

‘Together in Safety’ comprises all of the shipping industry groups including the International Chamber of Shipping, BIMCO, OCIMF, Intertanko, Intercargo,
Interferry, Cruise Liners International, World Shipping Council, in addition to major shipping companies, Classification Societies, P&I insurance, and country representatives.