The marine shipping sector consumes around 10 quadrillion Btu of fuel and emits one billion metric tons of carbon dioxide each year. That’s more than all of Germany’s emissions, more than all of Saudi Arabia’s emissions, and roughly equal to the emissions from all passenger vehicles in the United States….
CATF appreciates the opportunity to provide the following comments to the Commission on the Inception Impact Assessment (IIA) for the Revision of Regulation on Union Guidelines for the development of the trans-European transport network (TEN-T).
When the Renewable Fuel Standard, a biofuel consumption mandate, creates demand in the United States for ethanol and biodiesel, the agricultural sector responds by growing more of the crops that can be used to make biofuel—crops like corn and soybeans.
CATF Senior Counsel, Jonathan Lewis, gave testimony during a hearing before the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy & Natural Resources on Offshore Energy Technologies. Watch Jonathan Lewis’s opening statement and read the full testimony below.
Technology neutrality is frequently cited as a key positive attribute of the low carbon fuel standard (LCFS) policy approach. By allowing regulated entities to utilize any technology or system that delivers carbon intensity (CI) reductions, LCFS policies can enlist market-driven innovation by opening the decarbonization challenge to an unlimited set…
Decarbonizing the global marine shipping sector will require policy, technology, and industrial advancements that are built for the long haul. The changes will have to be implemented over a period of years by a highly-coordinated international network of public and private sector stakeholders. The cooperation of major ports to facilitate…
Clean Air Task Force has provided feedback on the European Commission’s roadmap for an EU hydrogen strategy. The strategy is expected to explore how clean hydrogen can help the EU reach climate-neutrality by 2050, as set out in the European Green Deal.