Port of Antwerp will convert a tugboat to methanol propulsion, a world first. This ‘methatug’ is part of the European Fastwater project, which aims to demonstrate the feasibility of methanol as a sustainable fuel for shipping.
The insurers and owners of the 400-meter longship that had earlier blocked the Suez Canal, disrupting global trade, have eventually reached a preliminary deal with the SCA to release it.
The repatriation for the stranded MV Angelic Power crew members in China may be processed sooner than expected as the court proceedings are moving forward at a quick pace.
The forums bring together key stakeholders virtually, to mobilize actions as a major milestone on the road to the UN-led High-level Dialogue on Energy in September 2021.
Statkraft & Skagerak Energi To Provide World’s First Hydrogen-Powered Cargo Ship With Green Hydrogen
Statkraft and Skagerak Energi have been chosen as suppliers of green hydrogen to the zero-emission ship planned by HeidelbergCement and Felleskjøpet.
The contract has been awarded by Hyundai Mipo Dockyard, the yard building two LNG bunkering vessels for which the Wärtsilä systems will be required.
Rail Innovators Group (RIG) initiated a joint development agreement together with Railway equipment manufacturer CRRC in 2018, aiming to replace diesel shunting locomotives in the port of Rotterdam.
The brands are resuming operations using a gradual, phased-in approach, with sailings announced on 42 ships to date through the end of the fiscal year 2021, representing 52% of the company’s total capacity across its global fleet of 91 cruise ships.
It is now confirmed that the Energy Port in Gothenburg will be next in line in the expansion of the shoreside power network at the Port of Gothenburg.