New shipping fuels need lifecycle emissions analysis
Lifecycle emissions analysis is nothing but another theoretical figure that has little if anything to do with the real world. We try to model the climate – and we fail. We try to determine how much methane the planet produces naturally and we fail. We try to predict what the surface of planets we have never been to looks like – and we fail. Prediction is nothing more than looking into a crystal ball. Its opinions, its guesswork, its assumptions, and it’s lots of stuff designed to produce pre-determined results instead of facts.
IMO developing well-to-wake methodology amid calls for robust assessment of clean fuels’ green credentials, conference speakers say