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Maritime compliance

EEXI - What You Need To Know

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TFA products provide excellent high-ROI solutions to ship owners, operators, and managers to help achieve EEXI and CII goals

How We Can Help

The shipping industry is facing transformational change … again! In recent years, implementation of the IMO 2020 fuel rules posed challenges for vessel owners, operators and managers. Forthcoming implementation of energy efficiency and carbon reduction compliance mandates are even broader and deeper in scope. TFA marine products are excellent solutions in meeting these mandates. We IMPROVE COMBUSTION, INCREASE ENERGY EFFICIENCY, REDUCE FUEL CONSUMPTION and REDUCE EMISSIONS – exactly what is required. From slow-rpm steaming, to maintaining technical excellence and preserving profits, the new compliance measures call for a new path forward for small and large fleets. TFA expertise in marine fuels and shipboard fuel systems ensures ease-of-use, convenient deployment, and high net ROI advantages.

We specify TFMD-3 formula for ISO 8217 Standard compliant marine fuels (including ulsfo and vlsfo fuel blends).
For non-compliant fuels, TFHP-3 formula is recommended (including residual and heavier molecular weight fuel blends).

Summary of EEXI and CII Regulations for Maritime Compliance


  • The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has established decarbonization targets for the shipping industry.
  • By 2030, the IMO aims to reduce vessels’ carbon emissions per transport work by at least 40%, and targets a 70% reduction for 2050.
  • These goals must be met in parallel with a reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 50% across the sector.
  • To accomplish this, the Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) has passed regulations to minimize the marine sector’s carbon emissions and environmental impact by creating the Energy Efficiency Existing Ship Index (EEXI) and the Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII).
  • The EEXI is a framework for determining the energy efficiency of in-service vessels over 400 gross tonnage; EEXI requires ship operators to assess their ships’ energy consumption and CO2 emissions against specific requirements for energy efficiency for each vessel type.
  • EEXI calculations describe a vessel’s CO2 emissions and determine standardized CO2 emissions related to installed engine power, transport capacity and ship speed.
  • CII is calculated as the ratio of the total mass of CO2 emitted to the total transport work undertaken in a given calendar year; a vessel’s performance rating is determined by comparing a ship’s operational carbon intensity performance with the average performance of others ships of the same type.
  • Vessels that are non-compliant risk not being allowed to operate

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