Solstad Green Operations
Solstad Green Operations (SGO) is a fuel saving program. With the help of both clients and crew, we’ve been able to save as much as 15-20% fuel during operations. If a vessel manages to save minimum 500 liters (0.5 m3) of fuel per day in an environmental initiative, this is recorded as a Solstad Green Operation in our records.
The Solstad Green Operations program was introduced in 2009, and has been a great success – not least thanks to the crew on all our vessels that have contributed immensely. We have set the standard for others to follow when it comes to efficient and environmentally friendly offshore shipping, but there’s still a long way to go.
Our target is clear: Zero emissions
Increased fuel efficiency
CO2 tons saved
2009 – 2019
When SGO was initiated we started to track our footprint and it became a new way of thinking. Thanks to the new mindset we have been able to save tons of fuel for our clients and our planet. Recording our footprint is key in the work towards reaching zero emission by 2050 and we started to collect emission data long before it was “cool”.
We believe in being transparent and have therefore decided share our data with the public.
Average active vessels
* Increased fleet due to merger in 2017
The Getting to Zero Coalition is a powerful alliance of more than 90 companies within the maritime, energy, infrastructure and finance sectors, supported by key governments and IGOs. The Coalition is committed to getting commercially viable deep sea zero emission vessels powered by zero emission fuels into operation by 2030 – maritime shipping’s moon-shot ambition
NCE Maritime Cleantech
The cluster organisation uses the Norwegian maritime expertise, built up over generations, as a springboard for the development of new energy-efficient and environmental friendly technologies.
NCE Maritime CleanTech shall strengthen the cluster partners’ competitiveness by developing and launching innovative solutions for energy-efficient and clean maritime activities.