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The Power of Offshore Molecule Production

Oct 20, 2023

Energy ecosystems are evolving as the value of offshore power-to-X production is being realized.Flexible and delivered in long lengths on reels in a fast-track operation, thermoplastic composite pipeline can transfer up to nine times the amount of energy as a cable and can be used to store hydrogen…

Private Investment Needed to Scale Up Low-carbon Hydrogen Power - Wood Mackenzie

Oct 19, 2023

Considerable private investment is required to scale up the low-carbon hydrogen economy in the United States by 2030, a report by consultancy Wood Mackenzie said on Tuesday, adding that the $7 billion allotted by the U.S. Department of Energy (DoE) to regional hubs was a significant step…

Port of Melbourne Ranked First in GRESB Infrastructure Asset Assessment

Oct 17, 2023

Port of Melbourne (PoM) has been ranked first among Australian and international ports in the 2023 Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) Infrastructure Asset Assessment.The Port also received a five-star GRESB rating for the second consecutive year…

Securing Federal Grant Resources for US Ports

Oct 16, 2023

Like many ports, the Alaskan Port of Homer faces aging infrastructure and capital needs well beyond the local funding capacity. The port is a key link in the supply chain for 47 remote, rural, disadvantaged or Alaska Native communities served by Homer…

Port of Galveston to Co-pilot Shore Power Project

Oct 12, 2023

Galveston Wharves has been awarded a $1 million grant for a shore-power pilot project in partnership with Texas A&M University at Galveston to reduce emissions from cargo shipping operations.Funded by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ)…

Tecon Suape Terminal Secures Carbon-Neutral Certification

Oct 09, 2023

Tecon Suape, International Container Terminal Services, Inc.’s (ICTSI) business unit at the Suape Port and Industrial Complex in Brazil, has been certified as a carbon-neutral company in accordance with Associação Brasileira de Normas Técnicas…

"Made in Sicily": $126M RoPax Ferry Ordered

Oct 09, 2023

A new ferry, fully owned by the Sicilian Region and entirely 'Made in Sicily', will carry out the connection service with Lampedusa and Pantelleria. The President of the Sicilian Region Renato Schifani and the CEO and General Director of Fincantieri…

ECOsubsea raises $12m

Oct 04, 2023

A Series B financing round led by the Blue Ocean fund, managed by sustainable investor SWEN Capital Partners, reportedly raised $12m and will enable ECOsubsea, a Norwegian hull cleaning specialist to scale up its operations.While hull cleaning…

Glas Ocean Electric Snags DARPA Contract

Oct 04, 2023

The United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)  awarded Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada-based Glas Ocean Electric a contract to develop and demonstrate a low-cost data acquisition system that can be easily installed on a range of vessels including fishing vessels…

Propane Council Calls Attention to 'Energy Resiliency'

Oct 04, 2023

The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) is celebrating the second annual National Propane Day on October 7, 2023. “By keeping both small and large material handling operations running, propane is the powerhouse of the U.S. supply chain…

Holland America Line Completes Shore Power Connectivity Installs

Oct 03, 2023

With the completion of shore power installation on Volendam, Holland America Line's entire fleet is now shore power-capable. Volendam completed installation in Vancouver, British Columbia, and connected to the port's shoreside electricity for the first full day on Sept…

Peel Ports Slashes Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Oct 03, 2023

The U.K.'s second largest port operator Peel Ports Group announced it has significantly reduced its greenhouse gas emissions across its port facilities, cutting these by almost a third since 2020.The reduction is revealed in the group’s new 51-page ESG report…

Methanol Superstorage Solution for Existing Ships Earns LR AIP

Oct 03, 2023

A new and space efficient retrofit methanol storage solution from SRC Group has received Approval in Principle (AIP) from Lloyd’s Register (LR). Methanol Superstorage offers the potential for ships with years of service ahead to be considered for transition to this alternative marine fuel…

Qpinch: From Residual Heat to CO2-free Energy

Sep 26, 2023

In the chemical industry, steam is indispensable for production processes. 'But you always end up with residual heat, up to 100 degrees hot. Companies often can’t do anything with it, so they end up discharging it into the air or water,' Wouter Ducheyne explains…

Port of Rotterdam and Yokogawa Partner to Boost Efficiency

Sep 26, 2023

The Port of Rotterdam Authority and Yokogawa Electric Corporation have initiated a feasibility study into increasing cross-industry integration for the efficient use of energy and utilities in the Rotterdam industrial cluster to contribute to regional decarbonization goals…

Logistics News

GAC to Acquire Quadrant Pacific’s Ship Agency Business

GAC to Acquire Quadrant Pacific’s Ship Agency Business

US East Coast Port Union Strike Threat to Test Shippers' Nerves

US East Coast Port Union Strike Threat to Test Shippers' Nerves

Brazil's Container Port Operator Seeks to Avert 'Congestion' Surcharge

Brazil's Container Port Operator Seeks to Avert 'Congestion' Surcharge

Xeneta: US Importers Caught in a Vicious Circle

Xeneta: US Importers Caught in a Vicious Circle

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