The Siem Aristotle, the second of two ships, is on her maiden voyage from Emden, Germany to North America. The ship’s first bunkering commenced, taking on over 800MT of eco-friendly LNG fuel.
SCF Group and Total have concluded a time charter agreement for up to 7 years for a newbuilding 174,000-cbm LNG carrier, to be owned and operated by SCF, with options for up to two additional vessels.
Costa Toscana, celebrating the excellence of Tuscany, is the third ship of the Costa Group powered by liquefied natural gas, the marine industry’s most advanced fuel technology available for reducing emissions.
The next ship to join Brittany Ferries’ fleet will be called Salamanca, she will be powered by cleaner LNG and she took to the water for the first time last week.
The Hapag-Lloyd-owned 15,000 TEU container ship is currently being upgraded to run on LNG (liquefied natural gas) instead of fuel oil. It is the first retrofit of this scale.
The Mardi Gras is coming to Rotterdam to bunker. The arrival of the ship means the perfect ending of 2020 as the year of LNG at the port of Rotterdam.
Carnival Cruise Line took delivery of its highly anticipated new ship, Mardi Gras, in a live virtual signing ceremony at the Meyer Turku Shipyard in Turku, Finland.
The vessels, which mark the first two in a series of four ships of the same design, were dubbed “HL ECO” and “HL GREEN,” respectively, which boast great eco-friendliness as the names suggest.
At the heart of the construction site of the largest LNG-powered container ship in the world, the report retraces the key stages from construction to commissioning of the new flagship of the CMA CGM Group, a world leader in maritime transport and logistics.