Carbon efficient chartering™

Chartering made carbon efficient and competitive

Siglar allows responsible charterers and ship owners to achieve immediate and significant emissions reductions. We monitor, report and facilitate actions to reduce emissions from chartering activities.

The Siglar Carbon Index™ – emissions estimates

The Siglar Carbon Index™ lets charterers compare the carbon efficiency of potential ships for their cargo, and highlight substantial reduction potential. Want to know the reduction potential of your freight deal?

SIGLAR FOR CHARTERERS

Reduce emissions from your chartering activities  

As a charterer, you control several important emissions drivers from shipping. Use your power to reduce your emissions drivers and increase your environmental credibility. Siglar helps responsible charterers measure and manage CO₂ emissions from chartering activities to make reductions where it is most efficient.

  • Monitor daily and aggregated CO₂ performance from all your chartering activities
  • Disclose your CO₂ drivers, and identify areas of improvement
  • Upgrade your CO₂ strategies and ensure continuous improvements in CO₂ performance
  • Make CO₂ performance a competitive edge in dialogue with clients, investors and financial institutions
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SIGLAR FOR traders

Understand the CO2 exposure from your trading

Siglar provides insights that turn your CO₂ exposure into a competitive advantage.

  • Prepare for the future of commodity trading where CO₂ emissions will affect your trading
  • Know the CO₂ emissions impact of your commercial and operational options
  • Manage your CO₂ emissions risk
  • Improve your CO₂ performance and gain a competitive edge
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SIGLAR FOR shipowners

Promote your CO2 performance

Verify and benchmark your CO₂ performance to promote your fleet’s CO₂ efficiency.

  • Manifest your environmental efforts with neutral and comparable data
  • Make your CO₂ performance a green, competitive edge
  • Create a premium market for ships and fleets with superior CO₂ performance
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insights

The latest on carbon and cost efficient chartering

June 10, 2021
IMO starts climate talks with a backdrop of pressure for net-zero shipping

As the International Maritime Organization (IMO) assembles today to adopt emission reduction measures, it’s with a backdrop of pressure to increase climate ambitions. Nations and industry players call for a net-zero maritime industry by 2050.

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Gry Sørås
May 28, 2021
Large majority wants to include global EU voyages in the EU ETS

A large majority of the respondents in an EU public consultation wants to include emissions not only from voyages between EU-ports but also from voyages between EU and non-EU ports in the Emissions Trading System (ETS).

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Gry Sørås
February 22, 2021
Emissions reporting - principles described, details need to be worked out

January 2021 is the first month of the Sea Cargo Charter (SCC) reporting on emissions from ship chartering activities. A rush of questions from both signatories and companies that are considering joining, show that details need to be discussed further.

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Gry Sørås

"Oil companies can cut their freight emissions considerably just by using their purchasing power."

Sigmund Kyvik, CEO Siglar