In the recent MEPC 80, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) enhanced the targets for decarbonizing shipping, by mandating a 20% reduction in absolute GHG emissions by 2030 (striving for 30%) and a 70% reduction by 2040 (striving for 80%).
Shipping faces the grand challenge of decarbonization and energy transition that will require industry-wide efforts on the technical and operational fronts.
CLEOS was formed as a collaboration between three Greek shipping companies, GasLog, Drylog and Olympic Shipping, with the purpose to perform research and development, and offer advisory services regarding decarbonization.
These include energy efficiency technologies, alternative fuels, power generation and propulsion systems, emissions control and aftertreatment, carbon capture, and other solutions pertaining to marine vessels.
Our objective is to assist the owned and managed fleet of the group to navigate the emerging energy transition landscape, comply with future regulations, and become an industry leader in adoption of state-of-the-art technology.