Havyard’s complete hydrogen system for ships will be completed in 2021, and the group is now establishing a separate company to meet market demand for the solution, which will make it possible also for large ships to sail longer distances with zero emissions.
NGOs protest outrageous approval of Arctic Heavy Fuel Oil “ban” which will drive continued pollution of the Arctic throughout 2020s
The COVID-Infected crew of the ship Júlíus Geirmundsson is demanding its captain’s resignation owing to the fact that the captain and management had handled the COVID-19 outbreak on the trawler very poorly.
From February 9th, 2020 to November 17th, 2020, about 10,333 returning overseas Filipinos including mostly land-based migrants (6,486) and seafarers (3,847), repatriated by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) were confirmed to have been infected by SARS-CoV-2, shows data from the Department of Health.
Shell and offshore robotic ship operator Ocean Infinity have signed a joint development agreement to combine expertise and assets to execute multiclient seep hunter projects.
MPA Singapore has awarded a total of S$1.625 million to 11 joint industry projects in the areas of maritime digitalisation and additive manufacturing for ship and marine parts.
An ageing fleet of ships and historically low levels of newbuild activity present significant challenges to the International Maritime Organization’s goal of reducing overall CO2 emissions from the shipping industry.
Wärtsilä has been selected to supply the engines and related emissions control after-treatment systems for two new passenger ferries being built for operation between Switzerland and France across Lake Geneva.