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Study: Canada Would Benefit from Green Shipping Corridors

Jun 20, 2023

A new study from consultancy Arup demonstrates the benefits that Canada could obtain from investing in infrastructure that would enable the uptake of low and zero emissions shipping fuels.The Canadian Green Shipping Corridor Assessment was commissioned by Oceans North…

Spain's Energy Firms Look to Central Europe Markets for Green Hydrogen Deals

Jun 14, 2023

Spanish oil company Cepsa signed on Wednesday two agreements aimed at shipping green hydrogen between Spain and the Netherlands, a day after renewable energy giant Iberdrola took a similar step.The two Spanish companies are vying to become green hydrogen leaders…

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…

Forth Ports Targets Net Zero by 2042

May 25, 2023

The UK’s third largest ports group, Forth Ports, has outlined its commitment and the actions it is taking to achieve a Net Zero carbon operation by 2042. The company, which is Scotland’s biggest port operator, also outlined an interim target…

bound4blue, Oceanking Team to Offer eSail in Greece and Cyprus

May 17, 2023

bound4blue and Oceanking announced a partnership to jointly expand access to the eSAIL technology in Greece and Cyprus. bound4blue provides wind-assisted propulsion technology, and its eSAIL is designed to help reduce fuel consumption and emissions…

Coastal Shipping Can Help Cut NZ’s Freight Transport Emissions

May 16, 2023

A shift to coastal shipping and rail could cut NZ’s freight transport emissions – why aren’t we doing it?According to a recent study, coastal shipping produces a fifth of the carbon emissions (well-to-wheel) of road freight. Rail also performed well…

'Hydrogen Hubs' to the Fore

May 03, 2023

The path to decarbonization is defined by partnership and fueled by government funding. This month we examine the players, partnerships, and evolution of Hydrogen Hubs in the Gulf of Mexico.The Green Shipping Challenge, organized by the United States and Norway at COP 27 held in late 2022…

Singapore and San Pedro Bay Ports Sign Green Corridor MoU

Apr 25, 2023

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to establish a green and digital shipping corridor between Singapore and the San Pedro Bay ports complex…

Port of Rotterdam's CO2 Emissions Slashed by Over 4% in 2022

Apr 20, 2023

CO2 emissions from industry and power plants in the port of Rotterdam were reduced by 1 Mtonne (4.2%) in 2022 compared to 2021. This brings emissions back to 2020 levels after an increase in 2021.The decrease was mainly driven by the chemical sector and industrial gas producers…

Tärntank Wind-Assisted Tanker Trio to Sport Kongsberg Gear

Mar 28, 2023

Kongsberg Maritime will supply design, engineering and equipment for three MGO/Biofuel and methanol-ready tanker ships being built for Danish tanker operator Tärntank. The 15,000-dwt tanker vessels will feature wind assist technology plus Tärntank’s own battery-powered Hybrid Solution…

European Ports Welcome FuelEU Maritime Agreement

Mar 23, 2023

The European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO) has welcomed the preliminary agreement between EU co-legislators on the FuelEU Maritime regulation.The European Parliament and Council have agreed on the details of the regulation which will ensure…

Port of Montreal Measuring Vessels' Carbon Footprint

Mar 22, 2023

The Montreal Port Authority (MPA) and Global Spatial Technology Solutions (GSTS), a company that specializes in applying artificial intelligence (AI) to shipping, announced the launch of a new project to measure and reduce the carbon footprint of vessels using the Canadian port…

APM Terminals Barcelona to Boost Solar Array Installation

Mar 08, 2023

APM Terminals Barcelona announced plans to generate up to 7.5% of its electricity from the sun in 2023, thanks to a 1,210 m2 expansion of its solar arrays.The company’s existing 980 solar panels, covering the employee car park, generated 565…

Name & Shame: The Story Behind Xeneta’s Carbon Emission Index Tool

Feb 23, 2023

As maritime carriers are increasingly pressed to prove their environmental performance, Xeneta recently unveiled its new Carbon Emission Index tool, using it to assess the best – and worst – container carrier performers. Peter Sand, Chief Analyst…

SAAM Towage Colombia Operations Are Carbon Neutral

Feb 17, 2023

Once again, SAAM Towage verified and fully offset the greenhouse gas emissions from its Colombian operations. The measurement process, certified by Bureau Veritas, considered all direct emissions and all indirect emissions from energy consumption…

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