Nearly 20 vessels were stuck in traffic along Rhine River in Germany after a vessel’s sudden engine failure blocked a portion of the waterway temporarily.
The cleanup of a sunken vessel named the Aleutian Isle was a complicated operation. On Monday, the commercial dive and salvage teams discovered that the boat had shifted and sank at an additional 100 feet, per the Washington State Department of Ecology.
The US has informed India that an Indian vessel was used earlier in 2022 for exporting fuel produced from Russian crude to New York via high-seas transfers, a top official associated with the Indian central bank mentioned on Saturday.
The regular maintenance on the naval vessel included repairs to crew habitability and safety equipment and systems, a press release shared by the US Consulate General, Chennai mentioned.
The Port of Long Beach on Wednesday welcomed Pasha Hawaii’s MV George III, the first container ship powered by liquefied natural gas to refuel on the West Coast. The ship’s LNG-powered engines are dramatically cleaner than those of a traditional cargo ship.
For the past 150 years, LR has worked closely with Denmark’s innovative shipping, industrial and offshore industries, providing assurances of safety and quality, while contributing a wealth of technical experience. More recently, environmental initiatives have come to the fore.
Readiness levels are appraised from the perspectives of technology, investment and community. In its update, the Monitor concludes that efforts need to be stepped up to make an impact on fuel readiness.
Stillstrom by Maersk, a newly launched offshore charging company, has announced that it will collaborate with the Port of Aberdeen on a pioneering project to significantly reduce emissions from vessels on standby outside the port.
Floating ‘Artificial Leaves’ That Generate Clean Fuel For Maritime Use Developed By Cambridge Scientists
Artificial leaves could substantially lower the cost of sustainable fuel production, but since they’re both heavy and fragile, they’re difficult to produce at scale and transport.
Tests of the new artificial leaves showed that they can split water into hydrogen and oxygen, or reduce CO2 to syngas.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded ABS a contract to research barriers to the adoption of advanced nuclear propulsion on commercial vessels.