MAN Energy, DP World team up on decarbonisation solutions

German engine manufacturer MAN Energy Solutions and Dubai-based logistics company DP World have signed a cooperation agreement that targets common progress in the field of decarbonisation. Mutual areas of interest for the two companies include green-fuels infrastructure, future-proof conversions (LNG, … Read More

Euronav tanker wraps up B30 biofuel trial

Belgium-based tanker shipping company Euronav has completed a B30 biofuel test on its Suezmax vessel Statia. Image Courtesy: Euronav Euronav bunkered 1,502 MT of a B30 biodiesel blend manufactured by BP on the 150,205 dwt Statia. As explained, the biofuel … Read More

ESL Shipping, Viking Line, partners to develop ship emissions reporting models

Finnish shipping company ESL Shipping, compatriot ferry operator Viking Line and development services provider Attracs have recently joined forces with Åbo Akademi University and PBI Research Institute in an effort to solve the most pressing obstacles for reducing emissions and … Read More

Silverstream CEO: Air bubble tech particularly fit for LNG carriers

Although compatible with all oceangoing vessel types, the air lubrication technology is especially suitable for liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers, Noah Silberschmidt, CEO of Silverstream Technologies, revealed in an interview with Offshore Energy – Green Marine. Premium content Checking for … Read More

Nova Marine Carriers wraps up 1st carbon-neutral voyage

Swiss-Italian dry bulk ship operator Nova Marine Carriers undertook its first carbon-neutral voyage last week, offsetting the CO2 emitted by its vessel MV Sider Rodi by voluntarily purchasing carbon credits for a Madagascan solar farm project. The Ambatolampy solar power … Read More

Capital Ship Management to get ABS decarbonization notations for MR newbuilds ​​​​​​​

In an industry first, Greece-based ship management company Capital Ship Management (CAPITAL) is to secure ABS notations recognizing investment in decarbonization technologies for its newbuild orders for medium-range (MR) tankers. Image Courtesy: Capital Ship Management ABS developed the notations with … Read More

EMEC searching for supplier of hydrogen fuel cell for ferry

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) Ltd has issued a tender for the procurement of the marinised hydrogen fuel cell that can be installed on a ferry. As explained, EMEC wants to appoint a contractor to supply the fuel cell … Read More

NYK commits to net-zero GHG emissions by 2050

Japanese shipping major Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK) has set a long-term target to achieve net-zero emissions of greenhouse gas (GHG) by 2050 for the group’s oceangoing businesses. The company has been making efforts to reduce GHG emissions from ships, … Read More

Shipping’s decarbonization quest: 30,000 existing ships ready for wind propulsion tech

As the maritime industry’s quest for the best possible decarbonization has intensified, wind propulsion systems are gaining traction around the globe. Premium content Checking for account. You need javascript to validate your login status. Premium Premium content Want to become … Read More

Klaveness completes biofuel trial on transatlantic route

Klaveness Combination Carriers ASA (KCC), part of Norwegian shipping company Torvald Klaveness, has completed testing of 30% biofuel aboard its CLEANBU vessel MV Baru on its voyage from the Netherlands to Brazil. MV Baru in Bunbury, Australia. Image Courtesy: KCC … Read More