Waterborne traffic emissions and energy use in Finland 2016
MEERI 2016
Domestic traffic(1 CO [t/a] HC [t/a] NOx [t/a] PM [t/a] CH4 [t/a] N2O [t/a] SO2 [t/a] CO2 [t/a] Fuel consumption [t/a] Energy use [TJ]
Ships 296 92 2 374 51 12 3 57 127 591 40 391 1 708
Sightseeing vessels 17 5 117 3 0,3 0,2 0,02 6 163 1 952 84
Leisure boats 18 427 2 992 1 053 214 123 3 0,6 125 920 43 164 1 838
Fishing vessels(2 263 84 1 814 44 5 2 0,4 95 239 30 159 1 303
Work vessels 256 82 1 765 43 5 2 0,4 92 670 29 345 1 268
Ferry boats 57 18 396 10 1 0,5 0,2 20 773 6 578 284
Icebreakers 68 23 559 9 3 0,7 17 29 525 9 342 400
TOTAL 19 384 3 296 8 078 373 149 12 75 497 880 160 931 6 885
(1 According to the IPCC reporting guidelines only emissions from domestic traffic are allocated to the country
(2 According to the IPCC:n reporting guidelines emissions from fissing vessels will be reported in the sector Agriculture/forestry/fissing
Foreign shipping traffic in the Finnish Economic Region(3 CO [t/a] HC [t/a] NOx [t/a] PM [t/a] CH4 [t/a] N2O [t/a] SO2 [t/a] CO2 [t/a] Fuel consumption [t/a] Energy use [TJ]
Ships 5 569 1 963 44 619 1 020 238 57 1 129 2 427 833 771 374 32 514
(3 According to the IPCC reporting guidelines emissions from foreign shipping traffic are not allocated to the country. These figures consist of emissions of ships calling at Finnish ports  and sailing in the Finnish Economic Region. 
Source: MEERI 2016 model
Last updated: November 14th 2018
VTT, Jenni Eckhardt
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