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Posted: 5 days ago

Alfa Laval adds BunkerMetric to its acquisitions list

Swedish sustainable solutions provider Alfa Laval has signed an agreement to acquire BunkerMetric, a...

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  • Business & Finance
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Seanergy Maritime fits ballast water treatment systems on its entire fleet

Pure-play Capesize vessel owner Seanergy Maritime Holdings has completed the installation of ba...

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  • Green Marine
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UC San Diego hires Glosten to design hybrid-hydrogen research vessel

Naval architecture and marine engineering company Glosten has been selected to design a new coastal ...

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  • Vessels
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MOL, partners to study use of aerospace engineering tech in wind-powered vessels

Four Japanese companies, including shipping major Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL), have entered into an ag...

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  • Research & Development
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Maersk CEO: We will need 5-15% more capacity to meet IMO 2023

Meeting the IMO 2023 regulations will have quite a significant impact on the supply of vessels in th...

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  • Business & Finance
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Singapore to suspend Glencore's bunkering licence

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has decided to suspend Glencore’s bunkering licen...

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  • Green Marine
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Technomar to use RINACube to collect data on its environmental performance

Technomar Shipping has signed a contract with Italian certification and engineering company RINA for...

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  • Green Marine
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CRAIN Technologies suction wing gets green light from Bureau Veritas

French R&D office which specialises in nautical applications CRAIN Technologies (Centre de Reche...

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  • Certification & Classification
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Marubeni joins Blue Visby Consortium

Japanese conglomerate Marubeni Corporation is participating in the Blue Visby Consortium to support ...

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  • Business developments & projects
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MOL and NIES kick off joint study on ship fuel

Japanese shipping major Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) and the country’s National Institute for Env...

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  • Research & Development
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Port of Newcastle pushes forward on its diversification agenda

Australia’s Port of Newcastle, the world’s largest coal export port, has welcomed two Li...

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  • Green Marine
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Industry Contribution

Decom market re-shuffled by Ukraine war: postponement and delay

What effect will the situation have on the energy market according to 4 AYOP-members The war in Ukra...

Posted: 2 months ago
Industry Contribution

Validating a Certificate of Competence

MTCS are the industry-leading and internationally trusted company for assisting in the development a...

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KNOT takes delivery of 1st LNG-fueled shuttle tanker for charter with Eni

Norway-based shuttle tankers owner and operator Knutsen NYK Offshore Tankers AS (KNOT), an affiliate...

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  • Vessels
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Electric shore power charging point coming to the Thames

The first-ever, high-capacity, electric, shore power station for vessels using the tidal Thames is d...

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  • Green Marine
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Panama Canal welcomes transit of largest vessel by cargo capacity

CMA CGM’s Zephyr containership has become the vessel with the largest cargo capacity to ever transit...

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  • Green Marine
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Industry Contribution

Electrifying the offshore market

The world is changing. We’re rapidly moving away from fossil fuels as our main source of energy. The...

Posted: 7 months ago
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Singapore and Rotterdam to set up world’s longest Green Corridor

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) and the Port of Rotterdam Authority have signed a...

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  • Ports & Logistics
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Alfa Laval buys biofuel processing firm Desmet

Swedish sustainable solutions provider Alfa Laval has completed the acquisition of Belgium-based Des...

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  • Business & Finance
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Danaos: Liners slowing down their ships to meet CCI

Liner companies are redesigning their operating loops with lower speeds to meet environmental regula...

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  • Green Marine
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Climate goals: wait for a stricter agreement or take responsibility?

Every time there is research done on CO2 pollution by a prominent university or leading indepen...

Posted: 8 months ago
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Reygar, Cedar Marine to help fleet operators reduce carbon emissions

UK-based maritime remote monitoring systems provider Reygar and compatriot carbon reduction and sust...

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  • Business developments & projects
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Transnet seeks to introduce renewable energy at its ports

South Africa’s Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) is reaching out to the private sector ...

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  • Green Marine
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MSC raises the bar with undocking of 24,116 TEU mega boxship

Ultra-large containership with a capacity of 24,116 TEUs built for Mediterranean Shipping Company (M...

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  • Vessels
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Petronas, S. Korean partners to study CO2 capture and transport

Malaysian oil and gas company Petronas has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with six ...

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  • Green Marine
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We can't engineer out the toxicity of ammonia

Ammonia is at the top of the list of the potential shipping fuels of the future, being a zero-carbon...

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  • Green Marine
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BV and partners to study feasibility of CCS units on existing ships

French classification society Bureau Veritas (BV) has entered into a cooperation agreement with Hong...

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  • Carbon Capture Usage & Storage
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V.Group to technically manage three LNG-fuelled newbuilds

UK-based ship management company V.Group will be providing full technical management of the three LN...

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  • Infrastructure
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Impending environmental regulations set to slash bulker supply

Entrance into force of the new IMO environmental regulations in 2023 is expected to slow down the su...

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  • Green Marine
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