PSA, ONE join forces to reduce shipping’s environmental impact

Singapore-based port operator PSA Corporation and its compatriot container shipping company Ocean Network Express (ONE) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to enhance sustainability and reduce maritime environmental effects. As informed, the two partners will work on sustainable green … Read More

Schottel propulsion picked for one of world’s greenest tugboat fleets

German propulsion manufacturer Schottel has secured a contract to deliver main propulsion units for five low-emission tugs ordered by Canada’s marine transportation company Haisea Marine. As disclosed, the company will deliver a total of ten rudder propellers and two transverse … Read More

Ashtead Technology appoints CTO to boost growth

Subsea services company Ashtead Technology has appointed Graham Clark to the newly created position of Chief Technology Officer (CTO) to bolster its growth. Graham Clark (Courtesy of Ashtead Technology) According to Ashtead, the new position will accelerate the company’s technology … Read More

Seaway 7 books Siem Offshore OSCV

Siem Offshore has signed a contract with Seaway 7, the renewables business unit of Subsea 7, for the utilization of one of its offshore subsea construction vessels (OSCVs). The vessel will support the construction phase of the Seagreen offshore wind … Read More

AI-driven robot ship Mayflower prepares to sail again

Marine research organization ProMare has performed repairs and improvements on the Mayflower Autonomous Ship (MAS400) that was forced to stop its transatlantic voyage due to “a small mechanical problem.” The IBM-sponsored autonomous vessel Mayflower started its journey on 15 June … Read More

DBS, partners complete 1st live bunker delivery financing transaction

Singapore’s financial service group DBS Bank has completed its first live bunker delivery financing pilot transaction through a digital bunker delivery note (BDN). The pilot transaction was finished in collaboration with bunker supplier TFG Marie and shipping company Ocean Network … Read More

Work ramps up on German large-scale offshore hydrogen plant

AquaSector project partners RWE, Shell, Gasunie and Equinor want to intensify their collaboration on the first large-scale German offshore hydrogen park. Courtesy of AquaVentus The AquaSector hydrogen wind farm project is a part of the AquaVentus initiative. Its goal is … Read More

Seaworks’ new LNG bulk carrier gets Kongsberg propulsion

Norwegian shipping company Seaworks’ new bulk carrier will be equipped with a propulsion system and LNG engine by compatriot technology company Kongsberg Maritime. Courtesy of Kongsberg The ship will be running on zero-emission liquid biogas (LBG) or LNG. The new … Read More

South African port operator Transnet hit by cyber attack

South Africa’s logistics company Transnet SOC has announced that its IT system was hit with a “disruption” that halted operations on the port’s terminals. The company confirmed that the cyber attack occurred early on Thursday, 22 July and that the source … Read More

NEL Hydrogen officially joins PosHYdon consortium

Norwegian hydrogen company NEL ASA has officially joined the consortium agreement for the PosHYdon project, the world’s first offshore green hydrogen pilot on a working platform. Courtesy of PosHYdon The company officially announced on 23 July it joins the PosHYdon … Read More