Classification societies are reviewing tens of thousands of ship efficiency management plans, in the first significant step towards regulating the carbon emissions of the world’s trading fleet.

Flag states have largely assigned to classification societies the role of assessing and approving shipowners’ Ship Energy Efficiency Management (SEEMP) part III plans, which outline their compliance measures for the Carbon Intensity Indicator.

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