Comprising 22 domestic Japanese companies, the project has been decided to be sponsored by the Joint Technological Development Programme for the Demonstration of Unmanned Ships** under the administration of the Nippon Foundation.
During the course of tests in line with industry standards on 2nd May 2020 in the international Port of Rostock, the offshore heavy lift crane HLC 295000 was severely damaged following an accident.
A group of companies has come together to develop a better understanding of the practical realities involved in using ammonia as a fuel for ships.
Following the statement by the Executive Vice-President, on the postponement of the COP26, the ECSA Board of Directors who met, took note of and fully supports the firm commitment of the European Commission towards the European Green Deal.
Reporting indicates that the tanker ISTANBUL was attacked while underway by one high-speed craft with 9 armed men aboard. The tanker conducted evasive maneuvers and following two failed attempts the pirates were seen to withdraw to a mothership vessel.
The Minister for the Environment and Natural Resources has issued a regulation tightening fuel requirements, which effectively bans the use of heavy fuel oil in the territorial sea of Iceland.
Maersk Supply Service has been awarded an integrated FPSO tow and mooring installation project for an operator in the North Sea.
South Carolina Ports Authority opens in a new window reported its strongest May on record, with 204,457 TEUs handled last month. Fiscal year-to-date TEU volume is up 9.7%, with 2,192,689 TEUs handled since the Port’s fiscal year began in July.
Damen Shiprepair & Conversion has signed off on the conversion of a dredger to dual-fuel operation on LNG and MGO, and which is now powered by MAN 35/44DF engines.