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Floating Wind to Drive U.S West Coast Port Developments

Jan 30, 2023

In recent State of the Port address, the first held since 2020, the Port of Long Beach’s Executive Director Mario Cordero discussed the port’s plan to support California’s emerging floating wind industry.The Port of Long Beach has not yet been identified as a marshalling port for any one project…

Maritime’s Future Fuel Ammonia to the Fore

Jan 27, 2023

With ammonia projected to take a leading role in the maritime sector by 2035 as the industry is forced to reduce emissions, we speak with Jonathan Flynn, Director of Clean Energy Solutions at CF Industries. CF Industries recently joined the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping…

S5 Inks Deal with Deutsche ReGas to Manage Shuttle Tankers

Jan 27, 2023

S5 Agency World (S5) signed a contract with Deutsche ReGas to act as terminal agent at its new Deutsche Ostsee LNG terminal at Lubmin Port, on Germany’s Baltic Sea coast. The new LNG terminal will process LNG imports into Germany and has a regasification apacity of up to 5…

NYK to Build Fifth LPG Dual-Fuel VLGC

Jan 27, 2023

NYK ordered its fifth liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) dual-fuel very large LPG/liquefied ammonia gas carrier (VLGC) from Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd. (KHI). The ship will be built at the KHI Sakaide Works shipyard and is set for delivery in 2026…

Methanol Bunkering Carried Out in the Port of Gothenburg

Jan 25, 2023

A milestone for the use of methanol as a marine fuel was achieved in the Port of Gothenburg on Monday, as methanol propelled vessel Stena Germanica was the first non-tanker vessel in the world to be bunkered with methanol ship to ship.“This is a door-opening demonstration…

Ship Recycling ticks up; Supply Needed

Jan 23, 2023

A degree of increased positivity has entered recycling markets this week, said GMS, as prices push on in both India (off the back of firming steel and settling currencies) and Bangladesh (off of a rising demand and a currency that has recently found its stability around BDT 105)…

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…

MAN ES: Moving Forward on Ammonia Engines

Jan 18, 2023

As shipowners ponder future fuels, MAN Energy Solutions is sailing full speed ahead optimizing dual fuel marine powerplants while preparing to start testing ammonia fueled engines in early 2023. Bjarne Foldager, Senior Vice President, head of…

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…

Electricity Constraints Force Canada's First LNG Terminal to Delay Renewable Shift

Jan 16, 2023

Shell PLC's LNG Canada export project in British Columbia plans to start building its proposed second phase with natural gas-powered turbines and switch to electricity as more renewable power becomes available, a top executive said, a decision…

ABS Signs On Suez Canal's Green Program

Jan 16, 2023

ABS and the Suez Canal Authority (SCA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to develop a long-term sustainability roadmap and decarbonization strategy for the canal, one of the world’s busiest shipping routes.The MoU will see ABS and SCA…

Baie-Comeau Port Targets Green Marine Certification

Jan 13, 2023

Canada's Baie-Comeau Port Management Corporation has joined Green Marine, a voluntary environmental certification program for North America's maritime industry.'Sustainability is one of our core values and we try to reflect that in everything we do…

VIDEO: Watch the Armach Robotics Hull Service Robot in Action

Jan 13, 2023

Armach Robotics, Inc. (Armach), recently passed a critical milestone during a trial of its Hull Service Robot in full over-the-horizon (OTH) mode.At the end of 2022, Armach’s hull service robot (HSR), in the water in Norfolk, VA, was monitored…

AiP for Ammonia Floating Storage and Regasification Barge (A-FSRB)

Jan 05, 2023

ClassNK issued an Approval in Principle (AiP) for an ammonia floating storage and regasification barge (A-FSRB) jointly developed by NYK Line, Nihon Shipyard Co., Ltd. (NSY), and IHI Corporation (IHI), reportedly the world's first AiP for A-FSRBs handling ammonia as cargo…

WESI, LeeWay Bring Hydrogen Fuel Solutions to Atlantic Canada

Jan 03, 2023

Engineering firm Waterford Energy Services Inc. (WESI) and vessel owner/operator LeeWay Marine are collaborating to bring hydrogen fuel supply to Atlantic Canada for marine applications.The two Canadian companies said early front-end engineering and design (E-FEED) has commenced for a Phase 1 Pilot…

Logistics News

Jozwiak Joins GLO Marine as Green Transition Lead

Jozwiak Joins GLO Marine as Green Transition Lead

Germany Opens Remote-Controlled Center for Inland Shipping

Germany Opens Remote-Controlled Center for Inland Shipping

Tanker Backlog Grows in Venezuela as PDVSA Struggles to Deliver Oil

Tanker Backlog Grows in Venezuela as PDVSA Struggles to Deliver Oil

Port Houston Reports Record January Container Volumes

Port Houston Reports Record January Container Volumes

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