Building on its longstanding initiatives for reducing vessel pollution, the Port of Long Beach has extended its Green Ship Incentive Program another two years and made its Vessel Speed Reduction Program permanent.
The International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) formally commences a new project, FUgitive Methane Emissions from Ships (FUMES), in collaboration with Danish-based Explicit ApS and the Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research (TNO).
It is now offering the marine industry flexible engine technology towards achieving compliance with a 50% greenhouse gas target set for 2050.
METIS Cyberspace Technology SA has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Carl Baguhn GmbH & Co. KG, establishing a long-term strategic partnership to improve the environmental performance of existing ships and land-based power plants.
A key aspect of meeting these targets is the reduction of atmospheric emissions from the logistics network that transfers cargo between ships and the wider supply chain.
Wärtsilä will introduce a combined engine plus SCR packaged product aimed at complying with China’s Stage II marine engine emission standard that enters into force in July 2021.
IMO and Germany sign agreement to develop project to identify opportunities and solutions to prevent and reduce transport emissions.
A collaborative, green solution developed between Kongsberg Maritime, COSL Drilling Europe AS and drilling equipment provider NOV is poised to generate major environmental and financial savings in offshore drilling operations.
The Great Lakes Towing Company named two new tugs, the Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, at the Cleveland, Ohio, facility of its sister company Great Lakes Shipyard.