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  GHG emission reductions  
  We, Sasaki, have a policy of "Put all our effort to one vessel" to meet the various needs of our customers. We are working on research and development of new technologies every day.  
  In particular, in response to the "GHG Reduction Strategy" adopted by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in April 2018 (the goal of halving GHG emissions by 2050), we consider research into the following alternative fuels and new technologies that will contribute to GHG emission reductions to be an urgent issue and is focusing on them.  
  LNG / LPG as a Fuel
We, in collaboration with tank plant manufacturers and engine manufacturers, are engaged in research and development of 2-stroke and 4-stroke dual-fuel engines, fuel gas tanks and FGSS (fuel gas supply system) that use LNG and LPG as fuel.
  Ammonia / Hydrogen as a Fuel
We view carbon-free fuels such as ammonia and hydrogen as the key to achieving zero emissions, and are conducting feasibility studies of ammonia and hydrogen fuel storage and solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) technology.
  Battery technology / Autonomous vessel
In anticipation of the appearance of autonomous ships in the future, we are developing a hybrid electric propulsion ship that uses batteries as its main power source. Furthermore, we are conducting feasibility study of solar and wind power generation as a clean energy source.

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7,000DWT Chemical Tanker 
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10,000DWT Chemical Tanker 
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13,000DWT Chemical Tanker 
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13,000DWT General Cargo 
     (Methanol DF)
5,000CBM LPG Carrier 
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4,000DWT Methanol Bunkering Vessel 
6,500DWT Methanol Bunkering Vessel 
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