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 IMO 2030 

The Maritime Industry is currently grappling with the most stringent regulatory landscape in its history.


Our fuel emulsification alternatives offer a solution to help your enterprise navigate the IMO 2030 requirements effectively.

By implementing our technology, you can achieve a remarkable 20% reduction in fuel consumption, resulting in corresponding reductions of over 20% in COx, NOx, and SOx emissions.

Additionally, our solution delivers a significant reduction in soot emissions by over 80%. Embracing our fuel emulsification alternatives not only ensures regulatory compliance but also promotes environmental stewardship and sustainability in maritime operations.

 Actual Results 

These results were achieved by emulsifying 30% water into the fuel, leading to a reduction in soot emissions by over 80%.


Importantly, no modifications are required for vessels to operate with emulsified fuels, ensuring seamless integration and minimal disruption to existing operations.

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 SJU Regulatory Compliance Emissions
Management Support 

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SJU's initiatives will yield significant reductions that will impact emissions data for compliance with key regulatory frameworks, including but not limited to the EU Measurement, Reporting, and Verification (MRV) requirements, as well as support the following IMO methodologies and reporting standards:


 Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI)  

The EEDI for each ship will be verified through actual emissions measurements.


 Energy Efficiency Existing Shipping Index (EEXI)  

The EEXI will be computed for each ship based on actual emissions measurements.


 Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) 

Our technologies will ensure compliance with the 2030 reduction requirements for D2-D6 and IFO 180-380, benchmarked to 2019 emission levels, using established CII methodologies (G1, G2, G3, and G4).

 Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP) 

The expected and actual data generated will contribute to and support the Ship's SEEMP, enhancing overall energy efficiency management..

CII Methodologies: 


Based on the methodology outlined in Table MEPC.308(73) - MEPC 73/19/Add.1 - 2.21, page 5 - G1, the expected reduction in fuel consumption, multiplied by the average expected CO2 conversion factors, should yield the required reductions in emission levels.


Specifically, for Diesel, the average expected CO2 conversion factor is 3.206, for Light Fuel Oil (LFO) it is 3.151, and for Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO) it is 3.114. Leveraging our technology in accordance with these factors, we anticipate achieving the necessary emissions reductions.


CII Methodologies: 



According to the methodology outlined in Table MEPC.358(78) - MEPC 78/17/Add.1 - Annex 15, page 4 - G2, the reference values from 2019 are multiplied by the capacity at a negative exponent.


Utilizing this approach, our technology is expected to yield the required reductions in emission levels.

CII Methodologies: 

 G3 ​


Expected reduction based of Demand-based measurement or Supply-based Measurement of 2030 targets requires a reduction of 10% or 21.5%, respectively of additional improvement from 2019 levels by 2030 as per Table MEPC.354(78) - MEPC 76/15/Add/21 - Annex 12, page 4 - G3. 


Our technology should yield 21.5% reduction in average benchmarked to 2019 emission, thus providing compliance to  both methodologies.


CII Methodologies: 

 G4 ​


Each ship must obtain a third party Operational Carbon Intensity Ratio (OCIR) of either (A,B,C,D,E) based on 2019 parameters.

Once rating is established its vectored on the rating boundaries of the ships as per Table MEPC.354 (78) - MEPC 78/17/Add/1 - Annex 16, page 6 - G4. 


Based on this methodology, our technology should yield the required reductions in emission levels, thus providing entities the opportunity to improve their OCIR for each ship based on it current rating.

 EU ETS Fines and Actions 

  • The consequences for failure to surrender EUAs (European Union Allowances) include a tax estimate in € per metric ton of CO2 emissions.

  • Unpaid emissions will be rolled over to the following year, and vessels must acquire and surrender EUAs to avoid being blacklisted.

  • In cases of non-compliance for two consecutive years, vessels may face expulsion until they achieve compliance.

  • Finally, starting from 2026, emissions of COx (carbon monoxide and dioxide), NOx (nitrogen oxides), and soot will be subject to taxation.

 US EPA and
Department of Transportation 

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has implemented the following GHG Reduction and Strategy Protocols:

  1. Energy Efficiency

  2. Renewable Energy

  3. Fuel Efficiency in Transportation

  4. Carbon Accounting Reduction Documentation and Transfer

  5. Onchain Carbon Documentation

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