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Port of Seattle Inks Deal to Buy Renewable Natural Gas

Feb 07, 2023

Puget Sound Energy (PSE) announced that the Port of Seattle’s Maritime Division and Economic Development Department have agreed to purchase more than 240,000 therms of renewable natural gas which will result in a reduction of carbon emissions of about 1…

Tuas Port Phase 1 Reclamation Project gets Engineering Award Nod

Feb 07, 2023

For the engineering innovations behind the Tuas Port Phase 1 (TPP1) Reclamation, Wharf Construction & Dredging Project, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) and project partners were awarded the 2022 World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO) H…

WSM, Affinity Shipping Team on Emission Reporting

Feb 07, 2023

Wilhelmsen Ship Management (WSM) and Affinity Shipping signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to establish an independent company that will provide compliance services related to the EU ETS (European Union Emission Trading System).When created…

Maritime Transport: Fuels, Emissions and Sustainability

Feb 07, 2023

International trade by sea has long been a key part of the world economy and approximately 90% of traded commodities is reliant on shipping. Once wind-propelled in the days of sail, the current generation of ships now heavily rely on fossil fuels…

Port Everglades Completes Shore Power Master Plan for Cruise Terminals

Feb 06, 2023

Florida's Port Everglades recently completed a study to add shore power to the Port's eight cruise terminals and has taken delivery of the final report. The study was performed by Moffatt & Nichol, a global infrastructure advisory firm working in cooperation with Florida Power & Light (FPL)…

Wisconsin Awards $5.3 Million in Harbor Maintenance Grants

Feb 03, 2023

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers, together with the state's Department of Transportation (WisDOT), announced grants totaling $5.3 million for seven harbor maintenance and improvement projects to promote waterborne freight and economic development.“From the Great Lakes to the Mississippi River…

'Mega Green Port' Project Planned in Åland

Feb 03, 2023

OX2 and the Bank of Åland’s mutual fund subsidiary Ålandsbanken Fondbolag, which are developing the Noatun North and Noatun South offshore wind power projects near Finland’s Åland archipelago in the Baltic Sea, have initiated a feasibility study…

Mitsubishi Shipbuilding and INPEX Complete Ammonia Bunkering Vessel Study

Feb 02, 2023

Mitsubishi Shipbuilding recently completed a conceptual study with INPEX CORPORATION for an ammonia bunkering vessel capable of supplying ammonia fuel to ships.Since ammonia does not emit carbon dioxide (CO2) when burned, it is expected to be…

Port of Corpus Christi Awarded Grants to Study Carbon Storage

Feb 01, 2023

The Port of Corpus Christi was awarded $16.4 million through the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DoE) Carbon Storage Assurance Facility Enterprise (CarbonSAFE) initiative to evaluate the technical and economic feasibility of permanently storing captured carbon dioxide (CO2) from industrial operations…

Titan Acquires Pair of LNG Carriers for Bunkering Capability Retrofit

Jan 31, 2023

Titan, the independent supplier of low and zero-emission fuels, acquired two small scale LNG carriers – the Seapeak Unikum and Seapeak Vision – from Seapeak, the Canadian gas transportation company formerly known as Teekay LNG Partners. The…

Planning Starts on Series of 10 Ammonia Fueled Bulk Carriers

Jan 31, 2023

WinGD and CMB.TECH announced plans to collaborate on a fleet of ammonia fuelled bulk carriers. The pair signed an agreement on the development of ammonia-fuelled two-stroke engines, aiming to install the ammonia dual-fuel X72DF engine on a series of ten x 210…

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…

Logistics News

Italy's New FLNG Terminal to Be Operational by March 2025

Italy's New FLNG Terminal to Be Operational by March 2025

New Cruise Terminal to Be Built in Port of Klaipėda

New Cruise Terminal to Be Built in Port of Klaipėda

Adani Aims to Complete Phase One of Long-delayed Port by Year-end

Adani Aims to Complete Phase One of Long-delayed Port by Year-end

Delft Students Cross North Sea on Self-Built Hydrogen Boat

Delft Students Cross North Sea on Self-Built Hydrogen Boat

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