Achieving the 2030 IMO Target Sooner
In the short-term, Hafnia plans to deliver at least a 40% CO2 reduction by 2028 on scope 1 emissions – compared to the 2008 baseline – meeting the IMO’s 2030 targets ahead of schedule.
Multiple scenarios were positively tested, allowing Hafnia’s intention to comply with IMO’s 2030 targets by 2028. These scenarios include a combination of energy savings measures, including physical energy-saving devices and selling and replacing vessels with more energy-efficient vessels.
Improving Emissions Transparency
Hafnia has developed a tool in collaboration with DNV to receive estimates on carbon emissions for each voyage ahead of time, enabling us to consider the environmental impact on the operations of our vessel, obtaining an accurate summary of emissions on completion of the voyage.
This provides improved transparency on carbon footprint, and in making informed choices relating to decarbonisation.
Optimising Our Vessels Performance
Hafnia has implemented numerous energy-saving initiatives, resulting in overall fuel savings and improved efficiency. Our vessel optimisation measures are an integral part of our efforts to improve air quality by minimising emissions to air. We constantly monitor and optimise voyages using digital systems such as Coach and Smartship, implementing corrective measures to improve vessel performance when required. We are also implementing physical energy-reducing devices on all applicable vessels following calculation of the effect and validity of each ship. Energy Saving Initiatives
Driving the Business Towards Net Zero by 2050
Our priority is to build a successful business, playing our part in the energy transition by reducing emissions from our operations, scaling up renewable energy investments, and leading in building new low-carbon solutions for shipping. We seek to drive the business towards net zero by 2050. We will work with our suppliers, customers, and authorities to align with TCFD recommendations and develop technologies, business models, policies and frameworks that contribute to an energy transition, supporting the Paris Agreement’s goals.
Leading Long-Term Industry Changes
As part of our commitment to innovation, Hafnia is continually exploring alternative fuels and more environmentally friendly solutions.
Adopting Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) as a fuel was one of the first steps to address our ambition for a greener future.
Hafnia has also partnered with Arq to accredit and introduce Arq Fuel as a key blend component for marine fuels as well as successfully concluded several tests of Biofuel.
In 2022, Hafnia announced its collaboration with Clean Hydrogen Works (CHW) to explore the development of a new clean hydrogen ammonia production and export project, located on the west bank of the Mississippi River in Ascension Parish, Louisiana.