A new set of independent indices for the LNG seaborne trade went live this week (2 March), based on the carriers burning LNG, rather than marine fuel oil or marine gas oil, as their primary fuel.
An Australian tech company has come to the rescue of seafarers by conducting trials of WiFi on cargo ships.
The Indian Ministry of Shipping is looking after Indian seafarers as global shipping lines seek to employ them. The Government too is promising them Indian seafarers under the Atmanirbhar Bharat scheme.
Global shipping CO2 emissions decreased 1% last year as the Coronavirus pandemic curtailed 2020 shipping activity, according to maritime data provider Marine Benchmark.
Artemis Technologies, which is leading a program to develop a new class of zero-emission high-speed vessels, has unveiled its mechanical hardware in the loop (mHIL) simulator and digital twin capability in Northern Ireland.
Flows of money were already pouring into sustainable funds prior to Garth Brooks rendition of Amazing Grace at “green president” Biden’s inauguration. Electric Vehicle maker
An offshore ship sank in Nova Scotia putting in danger the lives of 31 seafarers onboard the scallop dragger. And now the US and Canada has jointly launched a rescue operation to save the seafarers in the heavy seas of the Atlantic
DNV has supported Hapag-Lloyd in obtaining financing for six of its highly efficient containership newbuildings according to the Green Loan Principles of the Loan Market Association (LMA).
BW Group and Miros are launching Miros Mocean, a joint venture to provide the shipping industry with a new standard in vessel performance optimisation.