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Navigating towards de-carbonisation

The IMO’s ambition to reduce international shipping’s carbon intensity, combined with commercial pressure for a more sustainably maritime sector, is creating new challenges for vessel operators. ExxonMobil continues to deliver the technical insights that can help the marine industry meet its responsibilities while remaining competitive.
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    Charting a path to more sustainable shipping

    Learn about the role of fuels and lubricants in helping meet the IMOs sustainability ambitions for the global shipping industry.

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  • EMF.5/BN40 Whitepaper Lessons Learned and taking the next step

    Lessons learned and taking the next step: moving to a lower carbon future

    Discover the likely impact of future emission reductions on both fuel and lubricant options as well as operational procedures.

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    Journey to 2020

    ExxonMobil has the solutions and expertise to help vessels comply with the International Maritime Organization (IMO)’s global 0.50 per cent fuel sulphur cap.

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    Zero Waste to Landfill Silver validation

    Our global lubricants blending and packaging plants have diverted over 90 per cent of waste produced from landfills, making us the first petroleum products company to secure UL 2799a validation.

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    Environmentally acceptable lubricants: Looking beyond the label

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency requires more than 70,000 vessels to use environmentally acceptable lubricants (EALs). Our white paper can help vessel operators choose the most appropriate EAL.

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Our products and services can help:

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    Mobil SHC™ Aware™ lubricants

    Learn about our range of environmentally acceptable marine lubricants, which provide optimal protection for shipboard equipment affected by the 2013 Vessel General Permit.

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