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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…

Merged Bunkering Group Baseblue in Push to Target Green Shipping

Feb 14, 2023

International marine fuels group Baseblue, created through the merger of three bunker players, aims to hone in on green shipping as part of the growing push to decarbonize the industry, executives said on Tuesday.Shipping, which transports around…

First Cruise Ships Tap Shore Power at Port of San Diego

Jan 20, 2023

On January 13, two cruise ships plugged into the newly completed shore power expansion at the Port of San Diego cruise ship terminal for the first time – a doubling of the previous capacity.The Disney Wonder and the Insignia were able to simultaneously…

SAAM Towage Certifies Its Carbon Footprint

Jan 17, 2023

For the fifth year in a row, SAAM Towage was recognized by the Ministry of the Environment’s Huella Chile program for measuring and assuring its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions during 2021.“Our commitment is to continually seek alternatives that…

Maersk Lines Up More Green Methanol Fuel Supply in the US

Dec 16, 2022

Danish shipping giant A.P. Moller - Maersk announced it is partnering with U.S.-based SunGas Renewables to secure a supply of green methanol to fuel its next generation of cleaner burning containerships.Under a recently signed letter of intent (LOI)…

Decarbonization Group Seeks Proposals for Carbon Capture Shipping Project

Dec 06, 2022

A Singapore-based decarbonization group said on Tuesday it was seeking proposals to study ways to offload captured carbon dioxide from ships during port calls.The call for proposals is part of the world's first project aimed at building and…

The World Can Harness Trade to Save the Planet

Nov 21, 2022

Trade is a major cause of global warming. Think of all those goods travelling from far away on polluting ships – and raw materials and components whizzing across the world in complex supply chains.But the right trade policies can also do a lot to save the planet…

APM Terminals Aarhus Running on 100% Renewable Electricity

Nov 16, 2022

APM Terminals Aarhus in Denmark recently revealed it is now running on 100% renewable electricity as it strives to offer fossil-free container handling.The milestone occurs well ahead of the terminal operator's goal to source 80% of all electricity consumed in the container handling…

New Report Tracks the Maritime Industry's Progress to Net Zero

Nov 15, 2022

A new report from the Global Maritime Forum, prepared on behalf of the Getting to Zero Coalition, assesses progress toward the development of Green Shipping Corridors - maritime routes between major port hubs where zero-emission solutions are…

ABS Examines Alternative Fuels in Reports for EMSA

Nov 11, 2022

An ABS-led consortium, including CE Delft and Arcsilea, published two of up to six reports studying alternative fuels and decarbonization technologies for the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA).ABS offered a 360-degree view of biofuels and ammonia…

ICS Proposes Fund to Reward Use of Low Emission Fuels

Oct 25, 2022

A new plan proposed by the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) aims to reward ships and energy producers that invest in low/net zero emission fuels.The organization, which represents 80% of the world’s merchant fleet, on Tuesday said it…

Digitalization: NAVTOR, Veracity by DNV Partner

Sep 14, 2022

NAVTOR signed an Integrated Partner agreement with Veracity by DNV, a deal intended to help shipowners and operators simplify reporting, enable sustainable shipping and unlock green finance.“Our ecosystem collects, aggregates and utilizes enormous amounts of business-critical data…

Energy Efficiency Indices: What You Need to Know

Aug 19, 2022

Decarbonization is the greatest challenge facing the shipping industry today.The effort to reduce emissions and environmental impact extends to all sectors and players and will leave no one in the industry unaffected.The IMO’s effort to decarbonise shipping is a numbers game…

MAN ES, UGS Make Joint Decarbonization Commitment

Jun 21, 2022

Following a meeting during the 2022 Posidonia trade fair in Athens, MAN Energy Solutions and the Union of Greek Shipowners (UGS) announced their mutual commitment to a policy of decarbonization, especialy in regard to the testing and development of alternative fuels and…

ABB Signs 'Shore-to-Ship' Power deal for Cruise, Ferries in Port of Toulon

Jun 08, 2022

Port of Toulon, which handles over 1.6 million ferry and cruise passengers annually, has committed to ABB Shore Connection technology at a key stage in its sustainability drive.With around 1,300 yearly calls from ferries and cruise vessels right in the heart of the city…

Logistics News

Cavotec Bags $5 Million Shore Power Order

Cavotec Bags $5 Million Shore Power Order

Ships Docked as Striking Greek Workers Protest Over Rising Costs

Ships Docked as Striking Greek Workers Protest Over Rising Costs

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Animal Welfare Groups Call For Live Sheep Export Ban Timetable

ONE Launches Green Shipping Solution ONE LEAF+

ONE Launches Green Shipping Solution ONE LEAF+

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