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Posted: 6 months ago

CCS: Silver bullet for emissions or 'dangerous distraction?'

New report from the Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL) outlines that offshore CCS is ...

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  • Carbon Capture Usage & Storage
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Climate-neutral sailing ship launched in South Korea

An environmentally sailing ship intended for the Marshall Islands has been launched in South Korea. ...

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  • Business Developments & Projects
Posted: 6 months ago
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ICS: Wind-assisted propulsion, air lubrication improve efficiency and reduce URN

A new study by the University of Southampton, commissioned by the International Chamber of Shipping,...

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  • Environment
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Lawsuit case against Shell directors ends with court dismissal

A lawsuit against Shell’s board of directors has been thrown out of court, preventing ClientEa...

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  • Transition
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Portugal welcomes its first fully electric ferry

Portugal’s first zero-emission, electric ferry has been delivered by Grupo ETE following a christeni...

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  • Vessels
Posted: 6 months ago
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Are air lubrication systems both sustainable and profitable?

Throwing air lubrication systems into play as both sustainable and profitable ventures. ...

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  • Business & Finance
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First-ever EU law to rein in methane entails imports

The EU has taken steps to tackle methane emissions from the energy sector, with the European Parliam...

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  • Rules & Regulation
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Boskalis opens shore power facility in Rotterdam

Dutch dredging and heavy lift company Boskalis has commissioned a large-scale shore power facility a...

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  • Infrastructure
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Fugro updates 2027 strategy, plans expansion into CCUS

Fugro is planning to expand into the carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS) segment as part o...

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  • Outlook & Strategy
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Viasea: New boxships to gradually become emission free

The new wind- and hydrogen-powered containerships that will join Viasea Shipping’s fleet will ...

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  • Transition
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Wintershall Dea enters second UK carbon capture and storage project

Carbon Catalyst has completed the farmout of a 10% interest in a carbon capture and storage (CCS) pr...

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  • Carbon Capture Usage & Storage
Posted: 6 months ago
Industry Contribution

Pushing the limits of offshore wind farm installation and transportation

With the rapid increasing size of Wind Turbine Generators (WTG’s), the transportation and installati...

Posted: over 2 years ago
Industry Contribution

Make the industry cleaner and safer by a multidisciplinary approach

Reducing the carbon intensity is the main theme for the Maritime industry. The International Maritim...

Posted: over 2 years ago
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Posted: 6 months ago

COP28: Sketching decarbonization roadmap with phase-out of fossil fuels as the centerpiece to get global net-zero efforts on track

COP28 is seen as a beacon of hope to devise a transformational roadmap in a bid to get the global en...

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  • Transition
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Is the EU ready to take decisive steps towards slashing its methane footprint from imports?

The EU’s decision-makers are preparing to weigh in on whether to include a performance standar...

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  • Regulation & Policy
Posted: 6 months ago
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More gas wells in the offing, as Beach Energy seeks green light for seabed surveys off Australia

Beach Energy has submitted an environment plan for geophysical and geotechnical seabed surveys off t...

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  • Authorities & Government
Posted: 6 months ago
Industry Contribution

Outwitting technical limits – Designing the blueprint for MARIN’s Zero Emissions Lab

In 2017, the Maritime Research Institute Nederland (MARIN) started researching the concept of a Zero...

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  • Research & Development
Posted: 11 months ago
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Fugro’s survey enables Galp to embark on ‘sustainable and efficient’ energy ops off Namibia

Fugro has finished the fieldwork for an environmental and geophysical survey offshore Namibia, which...

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  • Project & Tenders
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World's largest 3D-printed eco boat unveiled in the UAE

Al Seer Marine and Abu Dhabi Maritime, both based in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), have unveiled t...

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  • Innovation
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Shell bringing multi-million lawsuit against Greenpeace

Shell is in the process of bringing forth one of the biggest legal challenges Greenpeace has ever fa...

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  • Business & Finance
Posted: 6 months ago
Industry Contribution

Heavy Lift, Light Impact: Industry Looks to Heavy Lift Cranes for Sustainable Solutions

As the demand for sustainable technology grows in the offshore heavy lift industry so does the need ...

Posted: over 2 years ago
Posted: 6 months ago

Reach Subsea inks charter contract for low-emission survey vessel

Reach Subsea has signed a three or five-year charter contract, including additional options, with Ag...

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  • Vessels
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Doubling down on fossil fuels undermines net-zero transition

A new report warns that plans to scale up fossil fuels threaten net-zero targets, derailing the tran...

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  • Transition
Posted: 6 months ago
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Australia’s oil & gas industry calls for fix of offshore regulatory approval ‘chaos’ as wait times increase

Australian Energy Producers, representing Australia’s upstream oil and gas exploration and productio...

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  • Rules & Regulation
Posted: 6 months ago
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German ports are well-positioned to be CO2 management hubs

German seaports believe they are well-positioned to be used as hubs for carbon management as part of...

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  • Carbon Capture Usage & Storage
Posted: 6 months ago

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