Regional container lines will join shipyards, engine manufacturers and banks in regional initiative. Aims to lower investment risk of fuel transition
DFDS, which has taken delivery of a series of scrubber-fitted newbuildings in recent years, is looking at the potential for alternatively fuelled ships to reduce its carbon footprint further
World leaders need a strategy to tackle the many energy problems at the same time, including ensuring energy security and achieving energy price stability, as well as how to meet carbon neutrality
When it comes to choosing between saving money or the environment, shipowners are opting for the fuel that provides the lowest operating cost
Maersk wants to be net-zero by 2040. To do so it will need to ensure that the supply of green methanol is sufficient to fuel its newbuildings
Mr Courts confirmed the second round of funding will be made available via the recently launched UK Shore agency
More than 100 containerships could be potential candidates for the innovative liquefied natural gas conversion
The results of the one-year trial will help Rio Tinto study ways to reduce its carbon emissions from its marine fleet and inform its future biofuel strategy
Commercial operators should be accountable for costs of carbon allowances, says UGS president Melina Travlos
An explosion in fuel costs has delivered a cruel kick to a sector that was just about staggering back on to its feet in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic
As a long-planned FSRU project gets under way in the port of Alexandroupolis, further floating terminal plans are ramping up
Scorpio joins shipowners, including Belgium’s Saverys family and Denmark’s AP Moller-Maersk, which also investing in green hydrogen and methanol to find a decarbonisation pathway for shipping
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