Svanehøj to supply pumps for Northern Lights CO2 carriers

(May 05 2022)

The Danish marine pumps specialist has been awarded a contract to supply pump systems for two CO2 carriers that will transport liquid CO2 to the Northern Lights storage facilities in Norway.



Japan's Asahi Tanker ship fuelling with world's first electric tanker

(Apr 21 2022)

Japan’s Asahi Tanker said it will start using the world’s first electric-powered tanker for ship fuelling, known as bunkering, later this month in an effort to cut carbon emissions.



Understanding the biofuels opportunity

(Mar 17 2022)

Biofuels offer the potential of a zero carbon fuel which can be dropped into current ship fuel systems without any changes. There’s a bit more to it, but it is something shipowners can consider, we heard at an ABS webinar.



Airseas – kite that saves an average 20% fuel and emissions

(Mar 17 2022)

Airseas of Nantes, France, is developing 1000m2 kites for ships, flying at an altitude of 300m, which, it says, can save 20 per cent of fuel costs and are suitable for tankers.



ME-GI engines power liquid-co2 carriers in carbon-transport-and-storage project

(Mar 10 2022)

Dalian Shipbuilding Industry Co. Ltd. has ordered 2 × MAN B&W 7S35ME-GI dual-fuel engines in connection with the construction of two 7,500 cubic-metre, liquid CO2 carriers for Northern Lights, the joint venture between Equinor, Shell and TotalEnergie...



ABS launches GHG Inventory and Carbon Accounting service

(Mar 03 2022)

ABS has launched Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Inventory and Carbon Accounting, adding to its industry-leading suite of marine and offshore sustainability services.



One of the world’s first dual-fuel VLCCs unveiled in South Korea

(Feb 24 2022)

AET, a leading owner and operator of maritime transportation assets and specialised services, named its newest vessel which is also one of the world’s first dual-fuel and amongst the most environmentally friendly VLCCs in the market.



Furetank letter of intent for biogas plant – 5,000 tonnes a year

(Feb 17 2022)

Liquefied biogas is one of the keys to fossil-free shipping – but lack of supply is a major issue.



Zero emission at port operations as Terntank introduces greener tanker

(Feb 17 2022)

Leading Swedish tanker operator Terntank and the Port of Gothenburg made maritime and environmental history when they welcomed ‘Tern Island’, a tanker that emits no greenhouse gases or carbon particulates during port operations.



MOL and PETRONAS sign MoU on liquefied CO2 transportation for CCUS

(Feb 10 2022)

TOKYO-Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd.(MOL) announced that it concluded a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Petroliam Nasional Berhad (PETRONAS), the state-owned energy company of Malaysia, to study liquefied CO2 transportation required for carbon capt...



Isle of Man Ship Registry launches industry first with new reduced fees for ‘green’ ships

(Feb 07 2022)

The Isle of Man Ship Registry (IOMSR) is set to become the first flag state in the world to incentivise ship owners by offering reduced registration fees for ships deploying green technology.



DNV – helping understand CII

(Feb 07 2022)

Tankers will need a Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) below a certain limit, under regulations taking effect in January 2023. DNV ran a webinar to explain how this scheme works.



Britannia P&I publishes sustainability report template

(Feb 07 2022)

Having published its own inaugural sustainability report in 2021, Britannia P&I has created a template for its Members and other shipping companies to use as a guide to help them develop their own sustainability reports.



Furetank orders new climate friendly tanker for a green fleet

(Feb 03 2022)

Furetank has signed a contract for a new dual-fuel tanker. It will become number nine in the Vinga series of globally top-performing sister vessels when it comes to energy efficiency and climate footprint.



World's first hydrogen tanker ships test cargo to Japan from Australia

(Feb 03 2022)

A Japanese-Australian venture producing hydrogen from brown coal loads its maiden cargo on the world's first liquid hydrogen carrier, in a test delayed by nearly a year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.




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