IFCHOR and ClearBlue Markets launch new carbon emissions services for shipping

(Apr 15 2021)

Shipbroker IFCHOR and carbon market specialist ClearBlue Markets have partnered to offer carbon emissions advisory services to the shipping industry.



Stolt Tankers launches sustainable biofuel trial on Atlantic crossing

(Apr 09 2021)

In support of its long-term sustainability strategy, Stolt Tankers is partnering with GoodFuels to trial the use of a marine biofuel produced from sustainable and certified feedstocks.



Stena Bulk unveils decarbonisation plan to become net zero emissions business by 2050

(Apr 09 2021)

Leading tanker shipping company Stena Bulk has announced a set of five dated decarbonisation targets which form a comprehensive roadmap for the company to become a net zero business by 2050.



Yara – scrubbers can mean lower CO2

(Mar 25 2021)

Scrubbers + heavy fuel oil can mean a shipping company makes lower CO2 emissions than using low sulphur fuel oil, says Kai Låtun from Yara.



Jotun launches HullKeeper, an advanced hull optimisation programme

(Mar 25 2021)

Jotun HullKeeper enables ship operators to improve hull efficiency, lower costs and improve environmental performance.



DNV GL – how maritime will make energy transition

(Mar 18 2021)

DNV GL has done sophisticated modelling about how the maritime industry may go through the energy transition, including evaluating 30 different scenarios.



Shell hits milestone in fleet decarbonisation with half crude tankers to run on LNG in 2023

(Mar 17 2021)

Shell signed agreements to charter ten new crude tankers powered by dual-fuel liquefied natural gas (LNG) engines.



Stena, Latsco and UECC on practicality of decarbonisation

(Mar 11 2021)

Senior representatives of Latsco, Stena Teknik and UECC shared perspectives on the practicality of decarbonising shipping, at a webinar organised by DNV GL.



Large-scale methanol testing to begin at the Alfa Laval Test & Training Centre

(Mar 11 2021)

Major tests of methanol as a marine fuel will soon begin at the Alfa Laval Test & Training Centre in Aalborg, Denmark.



Stena Bulk unveils InfinityMAX concept vessel design, challenging conventional thinking

(Mar 11 2021)

Leading tanker shipping company Stena Bulk has unveiled its concept InfinityMAX hybrid bulk carrier design, pushing the boundaries for zero carbon, multi-modal vessel design in shipping.



EPS, OCI, AND MAN partner to adopt methanol and ammonia as marine fuel

(Mar 11 2021)

The trio aims to retrofit conventional vessels from EPS’ tanker fleet and construct methanol engine and ammonia engine newbuilds.



Maritime industry leaders to explore ammonia as marine fuel in Singapore

(Mar 11 2021)

A.P. Moller - Maersk A/S, Fleet Management Limited, Keppel Offshore & Marine, Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping, Sumitomo Corporation and Yara International ASA are pleased to announce that the parties have entered into a Memora...



New service agency focusses on "Green Shipping"

(Mar 04 2021)

Due to increasing demand for Green Environmental technologies in the maritime sector, TMS-Hamburg Technical Marine Services is spinning off its agency business into TMS Technical Marine Solutions GmbH.



MPA joins industry in Ammonia fuelled tanker Joint Development Project

(Feb 25 2021)

Ammonia-fuelled tanker Joint Development Project (JDP) partners announced the entry of two new partners – the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) and Yara International ASA (Yara).



RINA and SDARI to develop ground-breaking methanol/ammonia fuelled tanker design

(Feb 18 2021)

RINA, a leading global classification society, and the Shanghai Merchant Ship Design & Research Institute (SDARI) have signed a Joint Development Project Agreement to develop a ground-breaking ship design capable of being fuelled by either ammonia or...




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