Clearlake Shipping begins emissions data project

Clearlake Shipping is to overhaul its fuel consumption and emissions data analytics following a new project involving DNV and maritime software provider Bluewater.

Bluewater will integrate with DNV’s Veracity data platform to enable direct sharing of fuel consumption and emissions data into DNV’s verification services. The daily reporting of this information, verified by DNV, will provide the shipping company with a simplified central process to optimise voyages, reduce emissions, and control costs, while maintaining compliance with European Union regulations. 

“This platform gives Clearlake Shipping a very granular view of fuel consumption and emission data, provided daily and continuously verified by DNV, enabling us to improve our environmental impact for our entire fleet,” said Captain Siva Mani Raaj, Managing Director of Clearlake Shipping.

Trial data shared through the platform to date has already allowed for significant data quality advances to be made by Clearlake, according to the partners.

“Together with DNV, we are dedicated to providing Clearlake with top-notch emissions data management services and maritime solutions that will empower their operations, enhance efficiency, and contribute to their continued success in the maritime sector,” said Kumaresh Gupta, Founder and Managing Director of Bluewater.

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