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LITHUANIAN PORT CONSTRUCTING  HYDROGEN-FUELLED VESSEL

LITHUANIAN PORT CONSTRUCTING  HYDROGEN-FUELLED VESSEL

Western Baltija Shipbuilding (WBS) in Lithuania has been commissioned by the Klaipėda State Seaport Authority to build a new vessel, designed for waste management, and which is said to be a symbol of Lithuania’s progress and its commitment to reducing environmental...

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ENOVA FINANCE GRANTED TO NEW AMMONIA-FUELLED GAS CARRIER OPERATION

ENOVA FINANCE GRANTED TO NEW AMMONIA-FUELLED GAS CARRIER OPERATION

Norwegian financier Enova has awarded a NOK 180m investment grant to Amon Gas, a newly-formed subsidiary of Amon Maritime, which is targeting a shipbuilding series starting with two firm orders of ammonia-powered gas carriers with a goal of being in operation by 2028....

LR2 TANKER PAIR TO BE DELIVERED WITH WINDWINGS

LR2 TANKER PAIR TO BE DELIVERED WITH WINDWINGS

Emer International, a subsidiary of CM Energy Tech, has signed two contracts with tanker owner and operator Union Maritime (UML) and Jiangsu New Yangzi Shipbuilding to build two new LNG dual-fuel LR2 tankers with BAR Technology's WindWings. The two vessels, designed...

FIRST PLUG-IN HYBRID DREDGER CUTS CARBON FOOTPRINT

FIRST PLUG-IN HYBRID DREDGER CUTS CARBON FOOTPRINT

The Belgian Jan De Nul Group has signed a contract with Indian shipyard Goa Shipyard Limited (GSL) for the construction of a next generation plug-in hybrid trailing suction hopper dredger, specifically designed to operate in small harbours. With its 79m hull length,...

MITSUBISHI TO BUILD JAPAN’S FIRST METHANOL-FUELLED RO-ROs

MITSUBISHI TO BUILD JAPAN’S FIRST METHANOL-FUELLED RO-ROs

Mitsubishi Shipbuilding, a part of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Group, has received orders from Toyofuji Shipping and Fukuju Shipping for Japan's first methanol-fuelled ro-ro cargo ships. The two ships will be built at the Enoura Plant of MHI's Shimonoseki...

UK HARBOUR ORDERS NEW DAMEN COMPACT EMISSIONS-COMPLIANT TUG

UK HARBOUR ORDERS NEW DAMEN COMPACT EMISSIONS-COMPLIANT TUG

Damen Shipyards Group and the UK’s Portland Harbour Authority (PHA) have signed a contract for the delivery of one of Damen’s latest tugs, the Damen ASD Tug 2111. The ASD Tug 2111 is 21m in length but can deliver 50t bollard pull as well as being highly manoeuvrable....

LARGEST METHANOL-READY WIND INSTALLATION VESSEL LAUNCHED IN CHINA

LARGEST METHANOL-READY WIND INSTALLATION VESSEL LAUNCHED IN CHINA

A new offshore wind installation vessel 'Boreas' built by CIMC Raffles for the Netherlands company Van Oord Ship Management has recently been launched at the Yantai shipyard in China. The vessel, with a launch weight of 37,370t, said to be equivalent to a light...

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MITSUBISHI LAUNCHES DUAL-FUEL PCTC IN JAPAN

MITSUBISHI LAUNCHES DUAL-FUEL PCTC IN JAPAN

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Group company Mitsubishi Shipbuilding has launched the ‘Trans Harmony Green’, first of two LNG-powered ro-ro ships under construction for Toyofuji Shipping. The launch took place at the Enoura Plant of MHI's Shimonoseki Shipyard and...

THREE ECO-FRIENDLY NEWBUILDS CONTRACTED BY KOREAN YARD

THREE ECO-FRIENDLY NEWBUILDS CONTRACTED BY KOREAN YARD

Mid-sized shipyard Korea Shipbuilding has announced the signing of contracts for three newbuild ships: two Suezmax-class crude oil carriers for Greek company Atlas Maritime, and another for Oceania Shipping. The order from Atlas Maritime follows signing a letter of...

HD KSOE LAUNCHES TECHNOLOGY FOR AMMONIA-FUELLED VESSELS

HD KSOE LAUNCHES TECHNOLOGY FOR AMMONIA-FUELLED VESSELS

HD Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering (HD KSOE) has revealed its new technology that ensures more safety for ammonia-fuelled vessels which are considered as eco-friendly ships for the next generation. The company recently held a ‘Global Tech Forum’ in...

LARGEST YET ALL-ELECTRIC FERRY TAKES SHAPE

LARGEST YET ALL-ELECTRIC FERRY TAKES SHAPE

Incat Tasmania is celebrating a significant construction milestone with the on-schedule completion of the rollback and the placement of the superstructures on Incat Hull 096, which at 130m in length is thought to be the largest lightweight battery electric ship so far...

LNG-FUELLED CAPESIZE BULKER DELIVERED TO ‘K’ LINE

LNG-FUELLED CAPESIZE BULKER DELIVERED TO ‘K’ LINE

Japanese company Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha ('K' Line) has taken delivery of 'Cape Hayate', a 210,000-dwt ton capesize bulk carrier fuelled by LNG from the Tsu shipyard of Japan Marine United. This is the first capesize bulk carrier for 'K' Line to be equipped with a...

DAMEN ALL-ELECTRIC TUG FOR BELGIUM LAUNCHED

DAMEN ALL-ELECTRIC TUG FOR BELGIUM LAUNCHED

Damen Shipyards Group's Song Cam Shipyard has launched the second of the group’s fully electric RSD-E Tugs 2513, this vessel destined for the Port of Antwerp-Bruges, where it will operate alongside five new conventional RSD Tugs 2513. When delivered later in 2024, it...

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