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Greece’s largest shipowner, 72, remained in a coma after collapsing three weeks ago in Athens
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Small-scale ships capable of multi-tasking stand to benefit from better utilisation as LNG demand, which is tied to power generation, tends to be seasonal. While the commodity still needs time to gain enough clout as a marine fuel
Pressure is growing for more ambitious decarbonisation targets. Efficiency looks doable, and there are other, smaller ways shipping can better measure and reduce its emissions. But the bigger goal of future fuels looks vexing as ever
The Danish renewable energy provider said it has a memorandum of understanding with an undisclosed Norwegian–German shipping company that wants to become a leading zero-emissions company in Europe
Maersk’s head of decarbonisation believes that the company’s commitment to a having carbon neutral ship running on green methanol in 2023 is ‘extremely tough’, but the company is in talks to secure the necessary supply of the fuel, which is currently scarce
A week-long shut down of the Suez Canal courtesy of a container giant exposed the fragility of global supply chains and the world’s reliance on shipping. It was not the attention the industry wanted, but it was a unique opportunity to explain shipping’s key role as the economic backbone of world trade. So why did the industry hide behind its crisis management flak?
‘Bulk carriers on tramp trading call at many more ports than other shipping sectors and are at the mercy of the nationalised vaccination policy, applying at the port of call,’ said Intercargo president Dimitris Fafalios
The six-day Ever Given blockage has created a logjam at the crucial trade artery which usually sees 50 vessel transits a day
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