As a forerunner, we believe in setting goals, tracking performance and delivering results. Reducing emissions from our
ocean fleet is the single greatest way to improve our environmental performance. To achieve this, we operate our
vessels with low-sulphur fuel at sea and use fuel with lesser sulphur content for auxiliary engines at berth. Our new
buildings and retrofits focus on more fuel-efficient design and equipment that reduces environmental impacts.
As of 2011, 14% of vessels have been equipped with Ballast Water treatment systems ahead of pending regulations.
CO2 Emissions in grams/tonne km
WWL is on target to reach it's objective of reducing relative CO2
emissions 30% by 2015 compared to 2005.
emissions were reduced by 4% compared to 2010 as a result of improved utilization, energy efficiency and new buildings entering the fleet.
CO2 Emissions in total tonne
Total tonne of CO2
emissions increased by 10% based on increased transport work in 2011 versus 2010.
Average Global Sulphur Content
For the 8th year in a row, we have kept the average global sulphur content of bunker fuel below 1.5%.
Sulphur Emissions Savings
Compared to industry average sulphur in fuel
Our 1.5% global low sulphur fuel policy has saved 167,000 tonne of sulphur being emitted over 11 years.
in grams/kilowatt hour
emissions in g/kWh were reduced by 3% as a result of new buildings entering the fleet.