The International Chamber of Shipping has submitted plans to the industry’s UN regulator, the IMO, detailing urgent measures which governments must take to help the industry achieve net zero CO2 emissions by 2050.
Norwegian export credit agency Eksfin is playing a major role in accelerating the ‘green shift’ at sea, providing loan guarantees approaching 1 billion Euro for the construction of 35 eco-friendly vessels over the last four years.
Britain’s greenest cruise ship had departed for her maiden voyage from Southampton. Iona is not simply a much-hyped mega-cruise vessel. She is one of the most environmentally friendly and technologically advanced cruise ships in the world.
An innovative LNG fuel tank system developed by Newport Shipping for crude tankers and bulkers has gained a key preliminary class approval to facilitate retrofits of such vessels in line with new environmental requirements to cut maritime emissions.
Ocean carriers bringing the greenest ships to the Port of Long Beach can earn the world’s most generous sustainable vessel financial incentives, beginning July 1, 2021.
Once delivered, the new fleet will be among the greenest tugboat fleets in the world and will provide ship-assist and escort towing services to LNG carriers calling at LNG Canada’s new export facility in Kitimat.
With the objective of establishing strategic partnerships for the socioeconomic, technological and environmental development of the State, the project “HUB of Hydrogen Green Pecém – Ceará”, launched in February of this year by the Government of Ceará, Complexo do Pecém (CIPP S / A), Federation of State Industries (Fiec) and Federal University of Ceará (UFC), […]
Indian Register of Shipping (IRClass) has undertaken successful sea trials for two vessels towards the use of biofuels in concurrence with the Indian flag administration.
Copenhagen and London: Denmark has joined a growing list of major shipping nations backing a ‘moon-shot’ programme aimed at driving the complete decarbonisation of maritime transport.