Emission Reduction News

 

ESL Uses Multiple Modes to Cut Carbon Emissions 20%

Dec 13, 2023

Emirates Shipping Line (ESL) reports that it has cut 20% emissions on 75% of its fleet using a multi-prong approach of equipment technology and operational technique.A central aspect of the program involved a re-design of ESL’s vessels' propellers. In collaboration with designers from Mecklenburger Metallguss GmbH (MMG), ESL and the Peter Döhle group jointly developed and installed upgraded propellers on each ship…

Armach’s Robot Hull Cleaning Service Takes Next Steps Toward Commercialization

Jun 02, 2023

Maritime Reporter & Engineering News recently caught up with Karl Lander, Director of Regulatory Compliance and Outreach at maritime tech startup Armach Robotics, to hear the latest progress on its unique, small platform, intelligence-driven hull cleaning solution…

Eco Marine Power Inks Deal on Joint Eco Ship Study

Feb 14, 2023

A 'major shipping company' based in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Eco Marine Power Co., Ltd. (EMP) of Japan have agreed to undertake a joint Eco Ship technical study related to renewable energy solutions for ships including Aquarius Marine Solar Power…

Log-In Logística Intermodal taps Nautilus Labs for Digital Solutions

Jan 31, 2023

Brazil-based Log-In Logística Intermodal are working with Nautilus Labs to achieve reductions in fuel consumption and carbon emissions, optimized operations, and successful digital adoption across the latter’s organization.“We chose to partner…

Marubeni Taps 'Suction Sails' for Bulk Carrier

Nov 10, 2022

MMSL PTE. LTD., a wholly owned subsidiary of Marubeni Corporation based in Singapore signed an agreement with bound4blue to install four suction sails on the Crimson Kingdom, making it the first wind-assisted vessel owned by Marubeni. According to the preliminary studies…

NYK to Study, Trial Emission Reduction Gear On Up to 50 Bulk Carriers

Jul 08, 2022

NYK signed a business alliance agreement with Nakashima Propeller, a marine equipment manufacturer that develops and sells ship propellers as well as energy-saving devices, and Fluid Techno, a ship design company with fluid analysis technology…

Future Fuels: Neste, Nordic Marine Oil team to debut "Co-processed marine fuel"

May 17, 2022

Neste and Nordic Marine Oil have partnered to pilot a new Neste Marine 0.1 Co-processed marine fuel in Scandinavia – a solution the pair claims will help the maritime sector reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions: designed to cut up to 80% GHG…

BV AiP for Solid Sail, which aims to slash Cruise Ship Emissions

Mar 25, 2022

Bureau Veritas (BV) delivered an Approval in Principle (AiP) to Chantiers de l’Atlantique for its sailing propulsion system, Solid Sail, tailored for the large ships market.Solid Sail is a 1,200 sq. m. rigid sail made of composite panels assembled together…

Ship Emissions: MIT Takes the Lead Toward Net Zero

Feb 08, 2022

The MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI) launched a new research consortium—the Future Energy Systems Center—to address the climate crisis and the role energy systems can play in solving it. Randall Field, Executive Director, discusses current research and the challenges ahead for the maritime sector…

Japanese Trio Connects on Project to Reduce Methane Slip by 70%

Oct 27, 2021

As the global shipping industry is under the microscope to reduce emissions, three Japanese leaders in the maritime space: Hitachi Zosen, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd.(MOL) and Yanmar Power Technology Co., Ltd. (YPT), have targeted methane slip…

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UKHO Appoints Blake Interim Chief Executive

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Denmark Bans Discharge of Scrubber Water

Updated Version of Guidelines for Cleaning Containers Released

Updated Version of Guidelines for Cleaning Containers Released

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