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马士基与多家船厂谈判,订购全球首艘甲醇动力集装箱船

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马士基与多家船厂谈判,订购全球首艘甲醇动力集装箱船
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来源:Offshore Energy 2021-07-17
翻译:国际海事信息网 赵扬捷 张运鸿
 
        目前,集装箱海运巨头马士基正与设备供应商以及船厂进行谈判,有意订购一艘甲醇动力集装箱运输船。
 
        马士基于2021年2月宣布计划订购全球第一艘可以使用碳中性甲醇燃料来驱动的集装箱运输船。
 
        根据这项计划,马士基计划在2023年推出碳中和班轮,比最初的2030年目标提前了7年。
 
        这艘新船是一艘约2000箱的甲醇动力集装箱运输船,将部署在马士基一个区域内航线网络。
 
        马士基发言人表示,这艘船的概念设计方案已经敲定,在造船合同签订后将分享更多细节。
 
        据市场上多份关于马士基的报道称,马士基已与现代尾浦船厂(Hyundai Mipo Dockyard)签署三艘甲醇动力集装箱运输船造船合同。
 
        该公司的一份声明写道:“作为拥有约700艘船舶的全球运营商,马士基正在不断审查船队组成,以确保其符合当前和未来的运营要求。这包括审查和评估从第三方租赁、购买或出售船舶的机会,以及订购新船。”
 
        马士基坚称,公司在资本支出方面保持着较强的纪律性,将旗下管理及定期租赁船队的运力保持在400万至430万标准箱之间。
 
        在投资方面,这家集装箱海运巨头承诺未来仅订购可以使用零碳排放燃料的双燃料船舶。
 
        马士基表示,船舶从化石燃料转而使用零排放替代燃料,而不使用液化天然气作为船队的过渡燃料。
 
        为了弥补化石燃料与昂贵的绿色燃料之间的成本差距,马士基建议每吨燃料征收至少450美元的碳税。
 
        A.P. 穆勒-马士基首席执行官施索仁先生(Søren Skou)表示:“化石燃料不能一直比绿色燃料便宜。现在需要采取行动。从整个生命周期中考虑所有温室气体排放,而不仅仅是二氧化碳,这一点至关重要,否则我们将无法按照《巴黎协定》在2050年前实现真正的航运脱碳。”
 
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Maersk in talks with yards on methanol-powered containership
 
Container shipping heavyweight Maersk is currently in discussions with equipment suppliers and yards on the order of a methanol-powered containership.
 
The company announced plans to order the world’s first container vessel that can operate on carbon-neutral methanol in February 2021.
 
Under the plan, Maersk plans to launch the carbon-neutral liner vessel in 2023, seven years ahead of the initial 2030-ambition.
 
The vessel will be a methanol feeder with a capacity of around 2,000 TEU and it would be deployed in one of Maersk’s intra-regional networks.
 
A Maersk spokesperson told Offshore Energy – Green Marine that the concept design for the vessel was finalized, adding that more details would be shared once a contract is signed.
 
Our publication reached out to the liner major amid market reports that Maersk had signed a contract for the construction of three methanol-powered boxships with South Korean Hyundai Mipo Dockyard.
 
“As global operator of around 700 vessels A.P. Moller – Maersk is continuously reviewing the fleet composition to ensure it matches current and future operational requirements. This includes reviews and evaluation of the opportunities to charter from 3rd parties, purchase or sell vessels, as well as ordering of newbuildings,” a statement from the company reads.
 
Maersk insists that it plans to remain disciplined when it comes to Capex, maintaining a fleet capacity in the 4.0 to 4.3 million TEU range of managed and time-chartered vessels. 
 
When it comes to investments, the container shipping major has vowed to order solely dual-fuel ships in the future, which will be capable of running on a zero-carbon fuel.
 
Maersk has stood its ground on preferring to switch its ships to zero-emission alternatives to fossil fuels rather than choosing LNG as a bridging fuel for the company’s fleet.
 
In order to bridge the cost gap between fossil fuels and more expensive green fuels, the world’s largest container shipping company has proposed a carbon tax ship fuel of at least $450 per ton of fuel.
 
“Fossil fuels cannot keep being cheaper than green fuels. Action is required now. It is vital to consider all greenhouse gases, not just CO2, on a full life cycle analysis, otherwise we will not be able to truly decarbonize shipping by 2050 in line with the Paris Agreement,” Søren Skou, CEO of A.P. Moller Maersk, said.

来源:simic