Danish Shipping: Fleet-based CO2 compliance is a shorter way for green transition

The path to lower CO2 emissions from ships could be shorter by choosing a fleet-based approach to efficiency requirements, a new analysis prepared for Danish Shipping by CE Delft shows. If new low- and zero-emission ships are to enter into … Read More

NBO delivers subsea cable for China’s first shore power supply project

Ningbo Orient Cable (NBO) has delivered the 220kV subsea cable for China National Offshore Oil Corporation’s (CNOOC’s) first shore power supply project. Illustration (Courtesy of Ningbo Orient Cable) The subsea cable will be used to connect QingHuangDao32-6 and CaoFeiDian11-1 offshore … Read More

Mitsui & Co. joins Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping

On 23 April 2021, Japan’s Mitsui & Co., Ltd. became a strategic partner of the Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping (MMMCZCS), a not-for-profit international research and development center dedicated to the decarbonization of the shipping industry. The … Read More

Energy transition down under and the risks of it going under

Australia, the world’s largest exporter of dry bulk commodities, is charting its path toward becoming carbon-neutral in line with the Paris Agreement goals. The country started hinting that it would join the global pledge on becoming a net-zero emitter by … Read More

TECO 2030 rolls out CO2 capture ready hybrid/closed loop Future Funnel

Norwegian engineering company TECO 2030 ASA has unveiled a newly developed TECO 2030 Future Funnel with hybrid and closed loop alongside the already existing open loop. As explained, the hybrid and closed-loop exhaust gas cleaning systems (EGCS) aim to reduce … Read More

Eurazeo launches €300M maritime fund to boost decarbonization

French investment company Eurazeo is launching a sustainable maritime infrastructure thematic fund to finance more environmentally friendly infrastructure and technologies in the maritime sector that support the transition to a low carbon economy. In support of the maritime decarbonization, the … Read More

LNG as fuel should be a no-brainer. So, what’s the hold-up?

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a marine fuel has been touted as the best available solution for the maritime industry to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions for a while now. It has been transported for over 40 years and the shipping … Read More

CMA CGM launches 1st low-carbon shipping offer based on biomethane

French shipping and logistics giant CMA CGM is launching the first low-carbon shipping offer based on biomethane that supports the group vision to become carbon-neutral by 2050. Image Courtesy: CMA CGM As of May 2021, the CMA CGM’s customers will be … Read More

Yanmar tests maritime hydrogen fuel cell system

Japanese engine manufacturer Yanmar Holdings and its subsidiary Yanmar Power Technology have conducted a field demonstration test for the maritime fuel cell system on 24 March 2021 in Oita, Japan. Demonstration test boat with maritime fuel cell system. Photo: Yanmar … Read More

TECO 2030 moves forward with marine fuel cell development

Norwegian engineering and equipment development company TECO 2030 ASA said it has completed the feasibility and concept study for marine fuel cells together with its Austrian partner AVL List GmbH. As informed, the company is now moving over to the … Read More