Pacific Basin, Mitsui and Nihon Shipyard join forces on zero-emission ships

Hong Kong-based dry bulk shipping company Pacific Basin has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Japanese shipyard Nihon Shipyard and trading and investment company Mitsui to cooperate in the investigation and development of zero-emission vessels. The partners will also … Read More

Carnival Corporation chooses Wärtsilä solution to decarbonize entire fleet

Finnish technology group Wärtsilä is to deliver its new Decarbonisation Modelling Service to Carnival Corporation as the US cruise group aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across its fleet. Photo: Wärtsilä Initially tasked with establishing an optimal decarbonisation path for … Read More

Danish Maritime Authority strengthens ties with Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center

The Danish Maritime Authority and Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping have signed a knowledge partnership agreement as a formal recognition of their joint work on the decarbonization of shipping. The partnership is said to confirm the existing … Read More

MSC Cruises presses ahead with net zero target

As part of its journey towards net-zero emissions by 2050, MSC Cruises, the cruise division of Swiss MSC Group, will have shore power connections in two Northern European ports this summer. MSC Virtuosa arrives into Southampton. Courtesy of MSC Cruises, … Read More

MMHE, Silverstream ink partnership to promote air lubrication tech

Marine engineering and construction services provider Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering (MMHE) has signed a strategic agreement with UK cleantech company Silverstream Technologies. Illustration. Image Courtesy: Silverstream Technologies As informed, the partnership will facilitate retrofit opportunities for Silverstream’s air lubrication … Read More

MOL aims to have 110 zero-emission ships by 2035

Japanese shipping company Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) plans to deploy about 110 net zero emission oceangoing vessels by 2035. MOL’s LNG fueled ferry that is slated for delivery in 2025. Courtesy of MOL The first zero-emission ships are expected to … Read More

In focus: Americas take the offshore energy helm

The industry has been evidently hitting the pause button ahead of Easter. However, it seems like one part of the world still keeps going without slowing down. The Americas took the spotlight this week in offshore energy news headlines, with … Read More

Green hydrogen-based fuels are the best option for shipping’s green transition, report finds

Green hydrogen and green hydrogen-derived ammonia are the only scalable fuels that can achieve the emission reduction targets set forth in the Paris Agreement, a new report has found. Illustration. Courtesy of IMO on Flickr The report, entitled “Future Maritime … Read More

Hapag-Lloyd partners Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping

German container shipping major Hapag-Lloyd and Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping have formalized their collaboration by signing a partnership agreement on 12 April. Courtesy of Hapag-Lloyd With the agreement, Hapag-Lloyd becomes a corporate strategic partner to the … Read More

Canada eyeing green shipping corridor in the Great Lakes

Members of Canada’s Chamber of Marine Commerce (CMC) are looking to explore the potential for a multi-stakeholder initiative to establish a new Canadian green shipping corridor in the Great Lakes – St. Lawrence waterway. Courtesy of Chamber of Marine Commerce … Read More