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Teck and Oldendorff sign agreement to reduce emissions

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Teck Resources Limited and Oldendorff Carriers announced an agreement to employ energy efficient bulk carriers for shipments of Teck steelmaking coal from the Port of Vancouver to international destinations, reducing CO2 emissions in the steelmaking coal supply chain. This initiative is expected to achieve a CO2 emissions reduction of 30 - 40% for shipments handled by Oldendorff. The estimated savings can be of up to 45 000 tpy of CO2, equivalent to removing nearly 10 000 passenger vehicles from the road.

Oldendorff’s fleet of Eco bulk carriers achieve significant fuel savings, owing to their energy-saving design, fuel-efficient engines, maximising cargo size and utilising advanced voyage optimisation. Oldendorff’s fleet of approximately 700 bulk carriers from Handysize to Capesize gives Teck shipping flexibility and reduced carbon intensity on each voyage. The CO2 reductions represent Scope 1 emissions for Oldendorff and Scope 3 emissions for Teck.

"Partnering with Oldendorff to reduce the emissions associated with transportation of our steelmaking coal is one of the ways Teck is reducing our carbon footprint and taking action on climate change,” said Don Lindsay, President and CEO, Teck. "As part of our climate strategy, we are committed to working with transportation providers to reduce emissions downstream of our business.”

Peter Twiss, CEO of Oldendorff Carriers commented, "Oldendorff Carriers is very pleased to collaborate with Teck on this effort to reduce CO2 emissions in the bulk supply chain. By working together with the Teck logistics team and challenging fundamental logistic concepts, we were able to develop an environmentally optimised delivery programme. Using our fleet of Eco bulk carriers in this re-envisioned delivery programme, the CO2 emissions will be reduced significantly."

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