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TOWAGE OPERATOR GOES BEYOND IMO TARGETS

TOWAGE OPERATOR GOES BEYOND IMO TARGETS

Towage company Svitzer has underlined its commitment to climate change, saying that without action in the near term, the impact of humans on the planet will lead to irreversible shifts to ecosystems, cities, and way of life. As a result the company has published a...

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EUROPEAN MARITIME INDUSTRY WANTS TO EARMARK ETS REVENUES

EUROPEAN MARITIME INDUSTRY WANTS TO EARMARK ETS REVENUES

European shipowners, ports, the cruise sector, shipyards and equipment manufacturers, fuel suppliers, shippers, forwarders and port operators have joined forces in a call on the EU Member States and the European Parliament to earmark the revenues generated from the...

SAMSKIP LOOKS TO CARBON CAPTURE IN ITS DECARBONISATION STRATEGY

SAMSKIP LOOKS TO CARBON CAPTURE IN ITS DECARBONISATION STRATEGY

Container ship operator Samskip is making carbon capture a key part of its integrated plan for decarbonising shipping, after choosing the Value Maritime ‘Filtree’ gas cleaning solution for the container ships 'Samskip Innovator' and 'Samskip Endeavour'. Each...

INTERCARGO SAYS DECARBONISATION MUST GO BEYOND SHIPPING BOUNDARIES

INTERCARGO SAYS DECARBONISATION MUST GO BEYOND SHIPPING BOUNDARIES

According to dry bulk trade organisation Intercargo, never has the theme of World Maritime Day 2022 - ‘New technologies for greener shipping’ - been so in tune with the focus of the ship owning community. The association's statement says that the future is uncertain....

IWSA CELEBRATES SAIL POWER MILESTONE

IWSA CELEBRATES SAIL POWER MILESTONE

According to the International Windship Association (IWSA), the latest installations of wind propulsion technology on large commercial vessels have tipped the amount of cargo that can be transported on vessels that make use of wind as a renewable energy source over...

CLARKSONS AND SIGNOL JOIN TO HELP DECARBONISE SHIPPING

CLARKSONS AND SIGNOL JOIN TO HELP DECARBONISE SHIPPING

Data analysis company Signol has partnered with integrated shipping services provider Clarksons as part of its new carbon platform to immediately reduce emissions in the maritime industry. Signol uses existing maritime data, such as noon reports, to nudge mariners...

MOL FORMS JOINT VENTURE TO PROGRESS GHG EMISSION CUTS

MOL FORMS JOINT VENTURE TO PROGRESS GHG EMISSION CUTS

Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL), MOL Techno-Trade (MOLTT), and Akishima Laboratories (Mitsui Zosen) have formed a strategic partnership to progress fuel efficiency of MOL Group-operated vessels and minimise vessels’ GHG emissions. With technology playing an increasingly...

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CROWLEY AND BERGE BULK INVEST IN US CARBON CAPTURE SYSTEM

CROWLEY AND BERGE BULK INVEST IN US CARBON CAPTURE SYSTEM

Carbon Ridge, a US-based developer of modular onboard carbon capture and storage solutions (OCCS) for decarbonising the maritime industry, has raised US$ 6m in funding led by the Grantham Foundation for the Protection of the Environment, with additional investments...

ALFA LAVAL JOINS WITH STEEL COMPANY IN DECARBONISATION MOVE

ALFA LAVAL JOINS WITH STEEL COMPANY IN DECARBONISATION MOVE

Alfa Laval has signed an agreement with SSAB, the global Swedish steel company, to collaborate on the development and commercialisation of the first plate heat exchanger to be made using fossil-free steel. The goal is to have the first unit made with hydrogen-reduced...

METHANOL HYBRID TUG PROPOSAL WILL CUT CO2 AND COSTS

METHANOL HYBRID TUG PROPOSAL WILL CUT CO2 AND COSTS

US Naval architecture and marine engineering company Glosten has joined forces with ABB in the development of a methanol-hybrid ship-assist tug design intended to provide operators with a path to decarbonisation at lower operating cost. The SA-100 ASD harbour tug is...

DECARBONISATION LEADS SENIOR MARITIME LEADERS’ AGENDA

DECARBONISATION LEADS SENIOR MARITIME LEADERS’ AGENDA

The fifth annual Global Maritime Issues Monitor, jointly published by the Global Maritime Forum, Marsh, and the International Union of Marine Insurers (IUMI), reveals that senior maritime decision-makers believe the maritime industry will be most impacted by the...

ClassNK ESTABLISHES ZERO-EMISSION FINANCE WITH JAPANESE BANK

ClassNK ESTABLISHES ZERO-EMISSION FINANCE WITH JAPANESE BANK

The Development Bank of Japan (DBJ) and ClassNK have jointly established the 'Zero-Emission Accelerating Ship Finance Programme' to support the maritime industry's transition toward decarbonisation. As tightened environmental regulations and the future introduction of...

TECO 2030 LAUNCHES SHORE POWER BARGE CONCEPT

TECO 2030 LAUNCHES SHORE POWER BARGE CONCEPT

Norwegian company Teco 2030 has applied its containerised fuel cell technology to a design for a floating barge to provide shore power to ships in port. The solution comprises Teco 2030 fuel cell modules, batteries, power electronics, safety and automation systems,...

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