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Posted: 8 months ago

NABU to continue advising Scandlines on sustainable shipping

Danish ferry operator Scandlines and the Naturschutzbund Deutschland (NABU), a German non-government...

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  • Collaboration
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Germany ups its hydrogen game with new deals in UAE

Germany intends to strengthen and accelerate hydrogen cooperation with the United Arab Emirates (UAE...

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  • Authorities & Government
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Bilbao Port rolls out shore power project to cut emissions

Spanish Bilbao Port Authority has decided to supply electricity to ships docked at the port and inst...

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  • Ports & Logistics
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Mawani: New initiative to boost clean energy adoption

On 20 March 2022, the Saudi Ports Authority (Mawani) launched a new initiative that aims to automate...

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  • Ports & Logistics
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Marfret picks eConowind propulsion tech for its RoRo

French shipping company Marfret has fitted one of its ships with 21-century aluminium sails provided...

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  • Business developments & projects
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Steel cut for [email protected] Shipping's 1st electric hybrid vessel

A shipyard in India has started construction on the first of six ice-classed electric hybrid vessels...

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  • Business developments & projects
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RWE to build green ammonia import terminal in Brunsbüttel

German energy company RWE AG has unveiled plans to build a terminal for the import of green energy i...

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  • Business developments & projects
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Another green ship joins COSCO Shipping Energy

Earlier this month, Chinese shipbuilder COSCO Shipping Heavy Industry (Dalian) named and delivered a...

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  • Vessels
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Vancouver Port bans scrubber wash water discharge

On 1 March 2022, the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority’s new restrictions on the discharge of scrubber...

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  • Rules & Regulation
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MOL to offset CO2 from world's 1st all-electric tanker

MOL said it will participate in the carbon offset by using “J Blue Credit”, which utiliz...

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  • Environment
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Nautilus Labs gets $34M to support low-emission shipping

Nautilus Labs, a US-based technology firm advancing the efficiency of ocean commerce through artific...

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  • Business & Finance
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NYK wraps up fourth biofuel trial

Friendship, a Capesize bulker owned by Greek shipowner Seanergy Maritime and chartered by Japanese s...

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  • Environment
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Wärtsilä develops 1st dedicated methanol fuel supply system

Finnish technology company Wärtsilä has developed a dedicated fuel supply system for methanol, Metha...

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  • Technology
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Hapag-Lloyd joins decarbonization center investing $10M

The Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD) and German liner shipping company Hapag-Lloyd ...

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  • Collaboration
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BV 'Ammonia Prepared' class notation for Geogas LPG carriers

Classification society Bureau Veritas (BV) is supporting the classification and construction of two ...

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  • Certification & Classification
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Amendments sent to IMO to speed up adoption of $5B R&D fund

The World Shipping Council (WSC) together with maritime nations and organisations representing all s...

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  • Authorities & Government
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Brazil's Pecém Port could get green hydrogen export hub

Integrated storage solutions provider Stolthaven Terminals, part of the Stolt-Nielsen Group and the ...

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  • Collaboration
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Rotterdam: Free shore power from battery for inland ships

Free shore-based power is available at Maaskade in Rotterdam for large inland vessels that participa...

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  • Ports & Logistics
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Shipping: $5B R&D fund could support developing countries

Representatives of the global shipping industry, supported by governments, have laid out proposals o...

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  • Transition
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Maersk 1st shipping firm to join the Climate Pledge

Danish shipping and logistics giant Maersk has joined The Climate Pledge, a cross-sector community o...

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  • Collaboration
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Ever Ace tests Alfa Laval PureSOx scrubbers with WCS

Two PureSOx scrubbers with a shared water cleaning system (WCS) installed on the 23,992 TEU boxship ...

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  • Vessels
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Hapag-Lloyd hires six 14,000 TEU boxships from SFL

Bermuda-based ship owning and chartering company SFL Corporation has agreed to charter out six 14,00...

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  • Vessels
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Danaos orders methanol-ready boxships

Greek containership owner Danaos Corporation has ordered two methanol ready 7,100 TEU containerships...

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  • Vessels
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IACS revokes membership of Russian ship register

The International Association of Classification Societies (IACS) Council has agreed to exclude the R...

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  • Regulation & policy
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Algoma-Nova Marine JV buys 5 ships

Shipping companies Algoma Central Corporation and Nova Marine have increased investment in their sho...

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  • Business & Finance
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