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Huntsman, Cargill commit to use of more energy-efficient ships

11:08 AM MDT | October 5, 2012 | Lindsay Frost

Huntsman, Cargill and Unipec UK (London) says they have committed to chartering more efficient vessels for shipping their products. The companies will use the Existing Vessel Design Index (EVDI) vessel fuel efficiency ratings systems developed by RightShip (Melbourne, Australia) and the Carbon War Room (CWR; Washington), and published on shippingefficiency.org, to choose ships based on greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). The ratings system contains efficiency information on over 60,000 vessels including container ships, tankers, bulk carriers and cargo ships that...

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