Future Proof Shipping to retrofit two more vessels to run on hydrogen

Dutch marine transportation service provider Future Proof Shipping has recently acquired two more container vessels to retrofit them with zero-emissions hydrogen propulsion system. Courtesy of Future Proof Shipping Therefore,  FPS Rijn and FPS Waal will join FPS Maas on the … Read More

TECO 2030 to cooperate on enhancing research on hydrogen in Norway

Cleantech company TECO 2030 has signed an agreement with UiT The Arctic University of Norway to cooperate on enhancing research on hydrogen and fuel cells. Courtesy of TECO 2030 The production of hydrogen fuel cells for use within the maritime … Read More

Europe’s 1st hydrogen-fueled ferry design advances

London-based energy and marine consultancy AqualisBraemar LOC has completed the first renderings of Europe’s first hydrogen-fueled ferry, a part of the HYSEAS III project. Courtesy of AqualisBraemar LOC HySeas III is the third development stage of a project to deliver … Read More

Wärtsilä embarks on 1st major CO2 capture retrofit of ethylene carrier

Finnish technology group Wärtsilä and Norwegian shipping company Solvang ASA have agreed on a full-scale pilot retrofit installation of a carbon capture and storage (CCS) system on one of Solvang’s ethylene carriers. As informed, Wärtsilä Exhaust Treatment, part of Wärtsilä … Read More

Harland & Wolff’s Arnish facility wins its first contract

Harland & Wolff, owned by InfraStrata, has secured the first contract for its Arnish facility located in the Western Isles, Scotland. Harland & Wolff (Arnish) won a contract for the fabrication of four suction piles for a subsea template of … Read More

New ZeroCoaster study looks into hydrogen value chain for maritime

Zero Emission Compressed Hydrogen (ZECH) study on hydrogen value chain for maritime is a part of the ZeroCoaster project study coordinated by Vard, a major shipbuilding company. Courtesy of Hexagon Purus Norway has set a target to reduce emissions by … Read More

SunStone takes delivery of third eco-friendly expedition ship

Florida-based expedition cruise ship owner SunStone Ships has taken delivery of the third out of seven next-generation, Infinity-class expedition cruise vessels at China Merchants Heavy Industry (CMHI). As informed, the vessel Ocean Victory is 104 meters long, 18 meters wide, and has … Read More

Pelagic Partners extends its LPG fleet together with B-Gas

Maritime investments fund Pelagic Partners acquires two LPG carriers together with Danish gas shipping specialist B-Gas. Courtesy of Pelagic Partners With this acquisition, the ship-owning fund now owns in total five LPG carriers that it controls. The two semi-ref LPG … Read More

Seatronics, RTsys sign global distribution agreement

Seatronics has entered into a global distribution agreement with French manufacturer RTsys for the autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV) and passive acoustic monitoring (PAM) product lines. RTsys launched the Comet-300 AUV designed to cover large subsea areas quickly and with high … Read More

Baleària to convert Hedy Lamarr ferry to run on LNG

Spanish ferry operator Baleària has started LNG propulsion conversion of the Hedy Lamarr ferry at the West Sea shipyard in Portugal, the last of the six retrofit operations. Courtesy of Baleària With this, Baleària will have completed its fleet plan … Read More