Chevron to implement ABS Wavesight platform for emissions reporting

Chevron Shipping Company (CSC) has agreed a deal with ABS Wavesight, the new digital services company within the ABS group, to use the ABS My Digital Fleet (MDF) platform to manage greenhouse gas (GHG) and Sea Cargo Charter reporting.

CSC plans to use the software to streamline and consolidate existing GHG data collection practices and systems, creating a single repository to meet International Maritime Organization, European Union, Sea Cargo Charter, and other reporting requirements.

“Data plays a powerful role in fulfilling our commitment to helping the maritime industry reach its decarbonisation goals,” said Mark Ross, President, Chevron Shipping Company.

“We know that in order to reach our lower carbon goals and objectives, partnerships and new industry data practices will be required.”

The software platform will also support Chevron’s operations by providing real-time insights to facilitate risk management and optimise voyage performance, improving asset risk management and benchmarking capabilities.

“The maritime industry is at a critical stage where access to real-time insights that can drive sustainable operations and reduce operational risks is essential,” said Paul Sells, President and CEO of ABS Wavesight.

“Chevron’s decision to partner with ABS Wavesight speaks volumes about the company’s commitment to meeting global decarbonisation goals and setting a standard for operational excellence. We look forward to working closely with Chevron to make an impact and set the tone for shipping’s next era.”

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