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Representatives from businesses in the TotalEnergies Company are challenging industry to do more in a sustainable and responsible way.


At this year’s Euromaritime 2022, TotalEnergies – with operations spanning the entire energy value chain, from exploration and production to processing and marketing, all the way to end-customers – will be showcasing their insight and technology on how shipping companies can improve their vessel performance towards IMO emissions reduction goals.


Insight in to the latest energy solutions and developments will be provided by:



  • providing market-leading marine lubricants and services for vessel engines and equipment in more than 100 countries and 1,000 ports.


TotalEnergies Marine Fuels

  • the global bunkering arm of TotalEnergies which serves more than 200 shipping customers across over 120 ports in Europe, Asia Pacific and Africa.



  • a wholly owned subsidiary of TotalEnergies, Saft specializes in advanced technology battery solutions for industry, from the design and development to the production, customization and service provision. For more than 100 years, Saft’s longer-lasting batteries and systems have provided critical safety applications, back-up power and propulsion for customers.


“With proven technology, insight and capabilities across the energy supply chain, from our battery technology, through to our refining, specialist additives, lubricants and marine fuels expertise, industry can discover better solutions for operating in today’s increasingly challenging market to deliver sustainable, clean energy and services. By working more collaboratively, more intelligently and with a greater environmental vision, then we will all effectively advance industry’s emissions reduction targets,” says Arnaud Guichard, Lubmarine General Manager.

Challenges facing the industry include a continued focus for developing cleaner and more efficient energy supply and technology to meet forecasted demand, while work on new forms of energy provision must be stepped up. Priorities companies must address include:

  • improvement of the energy efficiency of their vessels
  • reduction of the carbon intensity of their operation
  • reduction of CO2 emissions per transport work by at least 40% by 2030, and at least 50% by 2050, compared to 2008
  • reduction of GHG emissions


“This is why 3 business lines of TotalEnergies namely Lubmarine, TotalEnergies Marine Fuels and Saft are joint forces to attend Euromaritime 2022, to help our customers better understand the options and scale of support we can provide on the approach to lower emissions and the initiatives that are needed now to reduce shipping’s emissions by 2030 and beyond”, says Arnaud Guichard, Lubmarine General Manager.


Meet the experts from TotalEnergies at Euromaritime, Marseille, France, on Booth F30, from 28 to 30 June. 


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