A ship carrying more than 85 crew and 322 passengers was stranded about 16 nautical miles in the high seas after its engine caught fire on Wednesday.
SH2IPDRIVE, (Sustainable Hydrogen Integrated Propulsion Drives) a Dutch project consortium focused on maritime hydrogen applications, announces the receipt of a subsidy of 24.2 million EUR from the R&D Mobility Fund in the Netherlands.
A unique solar-powered smart buoy is now being tested in the Stockholm fairway. As part of the Intelligent Sea EU project, Ports of Stockholm is testing smart navigational markers, among other things for improved efficiency of service and maintenance.
#TeamSeas campaign was launched with the goal to raise 30M dollars to remove 30M pounds of trash. The Ocean Cleanup and Ocean Conservancy were chosen as the non-profit partners for cleaning up trash in rivers, oceans, and beaches.
Wärtsilä has been awarded a contract to supply a complete cargo handling system for a new LNG bunkering vessel.
The 8.2 magnitude Alaskan quake that occurred on July 28 is cited as the probable cause of a diesel fuel leak of a sunken ship.
On Sunday, two humanitarian rescue vessels pulled out almost 450 migrants onboard an overcrowded wooden boat. The boat was sailing in the Mediterranean Sea.
ClassNK has published an onboard poster for ships titled “Issues after starting to use VLSFO,” which outlines common main engine issues and recommended countermeasures when using VLSFO that complies with SOx regulations.
MOL has joined the Australia-based GCCSI, an international think tank on carbon capture and storage (CCS), which is recognized as a means to achieve a low-carbon and decarbonized society.