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TotalEnergies Ramps up R&D into Ammonia as Marine Fuel

Jun 11, 2021

TotalEnergies announced today that it is extending research into the viability of ammonia as an alternative marine fuel, entering into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with 22 companies across diverse industries to initiate a joint study on ammonia as an alternative marine fuel…

US to Join Global Effort to Decarbonize Shipping Industry

Apr 20, 2021

The United States will join an international effort to achieve zero emissions by 2050 in the global shipping industry, climate envoy John Kerry announced ahead of a summit of world leaders President Joe Biden will host this week.'We're going to look to the ocean to continue to help reduce pollution…

ABS, Rainmaking Support Singapore’s Decarbonization Entrepreneurs

Apr 19, 2021

ABS and Rainmaking are teaming up to support entrepreneurs with maritime decarbonization technologies in the world's top shipping hub.ABS’ marine and offshore industry experience combined with Rainmaking’s register of decarbonization focused…

Tokyo Port to Waive Entry Fee for Ships Powered by LNG, Hydrogen

Mar 26, 2021

Japan’s port of Tokyo will waive an entry fee from next month for ships powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG) and hydrogen, as well as LNG bunkering ships, in a bid to promote the use of cleaner marine fuels, authorities said on Friday.The exemption runs for five years from April 1…

Shipping Groups Press EU to Advance 'Fuels of the Future'

Mar 11, 2021

Shipping and trade groups are calling on the European Union to advance the development of ammonia and green hydrogen as the best marine fuel options to enable the industry to accelerate decarbonization.With about 90% of world trade transported by sea…

DNV GL Advises ‘Mind the (Safety) Gap’ as Maritime Transforms

Feb 18, 2021

A new approach to safety is necessary along the maritime industry's rapid transition to a decarbonized, digitally smart future, says classification society DNV GL in a new white paper released this week, and as discussed on Maritime Reporter TV with Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen…

GEG to Power Port of Nigg Facilities with Green Hydrogen

Feb 12, 2021

In an eventful week in which its Port of Nigg was selected as a turbine foundation marshaling port for the giant Seagreen offshore wind farm, UK-based Global Energy Group said Thursday it had struck a deal to power its Port of Nigg facilities using green hydrogen…

Total Joins Maersk-led Shipping Decarbonization Project

Feb 05, 2021

French oil major Total said it will contribute to a project led by shipping giant Maersk aiming to develop new alternative fuels and carbon neutral solutions for ships.The nonprofit Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping was…

Managing Risk: Shipowners Not Meeting Emission Regs Face a Big Business Risk

Jan 26, 2021

There is  increasing pressure for shipowners to sharpen their environmental performance, driven by an IMO target to halve greenhouse gas emissions from shipping by 2050, regional regulations and market pull from charterers, banks and investors…

MSC Eyes Hydrogen as Containership Fuel

Jan 12, 2021

Container shipping giant Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) said it is working to advance the exploration viability of hydrogen and fuels derived from it as potentially viable fuel sources for its vessels.The initiative is part of the Swiss…

Lloyd’s Register Names Members of Its Decarbonization Panel

Jan 11, 2021

Classification society Lloyd’s Register (LR) announced the industry experts who have joined the advisory panel of its Maritime Decarbonization Hub, a dedicated center of excellence launched in October that aims to accelerate the safe, sustainable…

Japan's Maritime Industry Powers Forward on "Green" Ships

Dec 10, 2020

Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Participating in 'Planning and Design Center for Greener Ships' focussed on R&D toward Achieving Decarbonized Shipping, and on December 10, 2020, a presentation was held in Yokohama to announce the establishment of the Center…

CMA CGM to Expand LNG-powered Fleet to 26 Ships

Nov 12, 2020

Container shipping group CMA CGM will expand its use of liquified natural gas (LNG) to 26 vessels, it said on Thursday, as part of efforts to reduce pollution in ocean shipping.After announcing three years ago that it would adopt LNG, French…

Maersk Names Zero Carbon Shipping Center's Management Team

Nov 10, 2020

The Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping on Tuesday announced its management team. to join CEO Bo Cerup-Simonsen in building an organization capable of facilitating the transition to a carbon free global shipping industry.Made possible by a DKK 400 million ($63…

ABS CEO Calls for Cooperation on Decarbonization

Oct 14, 2020

The successful decarbonization of the shipping industry will require teamwork and cooperation, said ABS Chairman, President and CEO Christopher J. Wiernicki.“Building the future is clearly a team sport – even if not all players see it that way all the time…

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