The Siglar Carbon Index - emissions estimates

The indexes estimate emissions and let charterers compare the carbon efficiency of potential ships for a cargo. They exemplify four commonly traded tanker routes. Indexes can be made for any route to map the reduction potential of a freight deal.

TD3e Index

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Carbon emissions estimates

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tonnes CO2

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Carbon cost per tonne cargo
The TD3e Index represents emissions from the TD3 route, which is based on all VLCC vessels that can load 270 000 tons of DPP in Ras Tanura in 15 - 30 days from today’s date. The cargo is to discharge in Ningbo. Ship age limit is set to 15 years. Estimates include positioning to the load port and the full laden leg. The CO2 cost per tonne cargo is based on the European Emission Allowances price.

TC2e Index

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Carbon emissions estimates

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tonnes CO2

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Carbon cost per tonne cargo
The TC2e Index represents emissions from the TC2 route, which is based on all MR vessels that can load 37 000 tons of CPP in Rotterdam in 10 - 14 days from today’s date. The cargo is to discharge in New York. Ship age limit is set to 15 years. Estimates include positioning to the load port and the full laden leg. The CO2 cost per tonne cargo is based on the European Emission Allowances price.

TD20e Index

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Carbon emissions estimates

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tonnes CO2

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Carbon cost per tonne cargo
The TD20e Index represents emissions from the TD20 route, which is based on all Suezmax vessels that can load 130 000 tons of DPP offshore Bonny in 15 - 20 days from today’s date. The cargo is to discharge in Rotterdam. Ship age limit is set to 15 years. Estimates include positioning to the load port and the full laden leg. The CO2 cost per tonne cargo is based on the European Emission Allowances price.

LPG3e Index

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Carbon emissions estimates

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tonnes CO2

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Carbon cost per tonne cargo
The LPG3e Index represents emissions from the LPG3 route, which is based on all VLGC vessels that can load 44 000 tons of LPG in Houston in 15 - 45 days from today’s date. The cargo is to discharge in Chiba. Ship age limit is set to 20 years. Estimates include positioning to the load port and the full laden leg. The CO2 cost per tonne cargo is based on the European Emission Allowances price.

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