Shaping the future of maritime

The Silk Alliance

Strategically positioned to lead the maritime energy transition, the Silk Alliance is a Green Corridor and first-mover initiative on zero-emissions shipping, with a fleet that operates across the Indian and Pacific Oceans and fosters partnerships with stakeholders across the maritime supply chain.

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Introduction

The alliance showcases the willingness and commitment of states and private companies to lead the transition and share its learnings to guide IMO Member States and the wider industry towards feasible decarbonisation pathways.

Progress Report

A progress report by members of the Silk Alliance scoping out fuel supply chain requirements to operationalise the green corridor cluster.

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The Silk Alliance, established by the Lloyd’s Register Maritime Decarbonisation Hub, is an initiative of  leading cross-supply chain stakeholders dedicated to developing a highly scalable Green Corridor Cluster starting with a fleet predominantly bunkering in Singapore.

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“ING prides itself on being a sustainability pioneer and is an original signatory to the Poseidon Principles, a framework for integrating climate considerations into lending decisions to advance international shipping’s decarbonization. The Silk Alliance marks a further and necessary step in that decarbonisation journey, and we are heartened to join key stakeholders from across the value chain. We look forward to working with all of them to take on this challenge and to make it happen.”

Anju Abrol ING’s head of Wholesale Banking APAC