Equinor comes on board Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center in push to speed up shipping decarbonisation

Norwegian state-owned energy giant Equinor has joined the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping, a nonprofit, independent R&D centre, on its journey to accelerate and boost the decarbonisation of the shipping industry. As part of its goal “to take … Read More

TotalEnergies buying stake in Adani to bring forth ‘largest green hydrogen ecosystem in the world’

French energy giant TotalEnergies has inked a deal to acquire a stake in a subsidiary of Adani Enterprises Limited (AEL), which will enable it to further pursue its low carbon hydrogen strategy while joining forces with AEL to produce and … Read More

Maersk’s Svitzer zeroes in on becoming carbon neutral by 2040

Towage operator Svitzer, part of Maersk, has unveiled its decarbonisation strategy that will enable the company to become fully carbon neutral by 2040. The decarbonisation strategy consists of two phases. In the first phase, Svitzer aims to reduce the CO2 … Read More

Port of Montreal welcomes next-gen carbon-efficient ships

The Port of Montreal, the second largest port in Canada, has started welcoming new, fuel-efficient vessels, in line with the port’s goal of reducing its carbon footprint. “The maritime industry has a key role to play in the energy transition … Read More

DFDS: full steam ahead towards green transition

DFDS aims to accelerate its green transition from incremental steps to full climate neutrality, the Danish ferry and logistics company revealed in its Q1 2022 interim report. Courtesy of DFDS As explained, it intends to achieve this target by knowledge … Read More

Ship It Zero urges shipping companies to break up with fossil fuels

The Ship It Zero coalition has urged shipping companies to cancel all new fossil fuel newbuilds in their orderbooks and invest only in zero-emission technologies and fuels for their future global fleets. On 23 May, the climate and public health … Read More

New Zealand investing in sustainable coastal shipping to achieve decarbonisation goals

The New Zealand government has committed $30 million of funding for coastal shipping through the National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) to improve domestic shipping services, reduce emissions, improve efficiency and upgrade maritime infrastructure. On 24 May, Transport Minister Michael Wood … Read More

Sailcargo buys Swedish sailing cargo vessel to accelerate green shipping

Costa Rica-based clean shipping company Sailcargo has purchased sailing cargo vessel Vega Gamleby in an effort to accelerate clean shipping. Photo: Sailcargo The purchase comes amind a huge growth in the clean shipping industry at the moment, with consumers demanding … Read More

CF Industries becomes strategic partner to zero-carbon shipping centre

Hydrogen and nitrogen products manufacturer CF Industries has decided to join the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping, an independent not-for-profit research and development centre, as a strategic partner. Illustration. Source: CF Industries By becoming a strategic partner … Read More

NAPA: Future green ships to be made of data just as much as steel

The sustainable ship of the future will be made of data just as much as of steel, Mikko Kousa, CEO of Finnish maritime software company NAPA, said in an interview with Offshore Energy. Premium content Checking for account. You need … Read More