SFC is pleased to announce the arrival of the Seaspan Swift, the first of two new dual-fuelled/hybrid ferries to its fleet.
Growth in emissions from shipping and aviation will undo nearly half (43%) of the savings expected to be made by the rest of transport in Europe through to 2030.
The Port of Rotterdam Authority wants to develop the port into the place where the energy transition takes shape.
Two Ulstein designs have been shortlisted for offshore awards, ‘Windea La Cour’, is a nominee for the Offshore Renewables Award 2016, and the ‘ALP Striker’, is a nominee for the Support Vessel of the Year Award.
The icebreaker is the main lifeline to Australia’s Antarctic and subantarctic research stations and the central platform of our Antarctic and Southern Ocean scientific research.
On December 8, Höegh Autoliners took delivery of Höegh Trotter in Xiamen, China.
As a consequence, air borne sulphur emissions has decreased drastically and several studies indicate only minor changes in GHG emissions as a result of the fuel switch.
Precise planning and cooperation between the Port of Ipswich and marine agencies has seen the largest vessel ever being able to call at the port.
8 December’s passage of S.612, the WIIN, formerly known as WRDA, moves the Charleston Harbor Deepening Project closer to securing the authorization necessary to begin construction.
DSME and Kongsberg Maritime have signed a JDA for a new LNG FSRU regasification control system.
Maersk Line is taking the fight against corruption into the classroom in the form of a new course at the World Maritime University in Malmö, Sweden.
The Ministry of Shipping has prepared a Vision Document for “Coastal Shipping, Tourism and Regional Development” for optimum utilization of the shipping sector.
A consortium comprising NYK, MOL, K Line, and the SCI took delivery of a new LNG vessel on November 30, 2016, in South Korea.
In 2017, the DMA will contribute to a pilot project on the development and testing of a system that collects real-time data from various components on board ships.