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EnerGia Coal Carrier Named Kagura

Mar 13, 2023

On March 9, the coal carrier Kagura for the Chugoku Electric Power Co., Inc. (EnerGia) was delivered at Oshima Shipbuilding Co. Ltd.  A naming and delivery ceremony took place on the same day and was attended by Shigeru Ashitani, representative director, vice president and senior managing executive officer of EnerGia; and Hitoshi Nagasawa, president of NYK.Under a long-term transport contract with EnerGia…

AAL Publishes EU ETS Carbon Surcharge Guidance

Nov 22, 2023

AAL Shipping has claimed a first for becoming the first project heavy lift carrier to publish a carbon surcharge guidance to help its customers prepare for the increased costs related to forthcoming European Union regulations on carbon emissions…

UECC's EU ETS Solution Brings Clarity to Emission Costs

Nov 15, 2023

Cargo owners seeking to determine their Scope 3 emission liabilities from the logistics chain must contend with multiple calculation methods from different shipping lines that will affect their costs exposure to the EU ETS for shipping. To resolve this conundrum for its clients…

Inditex Partners with Maersk to Reduce its Maritime Transport Emissions

Oct 16, 2023

Inditex, parent company of fashion brands such as Zara and Massimo Dutti, has partnered with Maersk to reduce its global GHG footprint from seaborne logistics by incorporating alternative fuels in all its inbound routes with the carrier.Through the ECO Delivery Ocean program…

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…

Europe’s Ports See First Signs of Business Leakage

Sep 20, 2023

The European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO) has reiterated its support for an emissions trading scheme (ETS) as instrument for greening the shipping sector, but expresses its serious concern about first signs of carbon and business leakage due to the limited scope of the current legislation…

Shippers Launch Tender to Accelerate Zero-Emission Shipping

Sep 14, 2023

The Zero Emission Maritime Buyers Alliance (ZEMBA) has launched a Request for Proposals (RfP) for 600,000 TEUs over a three-year period on ocean vessels powered by zero-emission fuels.This will help its member companies reduce nearly one million metric tonnes of carbon emissions…

CO2 Shipping on the Rise

Sep 04, 2023

The transportation of CO2 is taking to the seas as emitters look for flexible ways to move captured carbon to offshore storage projects, with a fleet of 55 carriers required by 2030, according to Rystad Energy research.Based on planned carbon capture projects…

DNV Recognizes New Energy Saving Device from ERMA First

Aug 29, 2023

ERMA First has received a letter of professional opinion from DNV categorizing ERMA FIRST BLUE CONNECT as an energy-saving device and verifying its positive impact on Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) performance. The system is an alternative…

Japanese Partners Aim to Promote Standardized Shore Power Systems

Jul 19, 2023

A group of Japanese organisations have claimed a world-first with their initiative to advance standardized, zero emission shore power systems.Japanese ports and coastal industrial zones are responsible for about 60% of the country's CO2 emissions and are therefore a target for decarbonization…

"K" Line Bulk Carrier Corona Citrus to get "Seawing"

Mar 27, 2023

Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (“K” LINE) and Electric Power Development Co., Ltd. (J-POWER) decided to install the “Seawing”, an automated kite system using wind power, on Corona Citrus, an 88,000 DWT-type special coal carrier for J-POWER.Completed on September 11…

Marine Power - CEO in Focus: Chris-Marine’s Jens Groth

Feb 24, 2023

Malmö, Sweden-based Chris-Marine is long-tenured in the business of keeping engines running smoothly, efficiently. Led by its energetic young CEO Jens Groth, this 60-year-old- company finds itself in transition: firmly rooted in its traditional…

Emissions Winners, Losers on Far East to U.S. West Coast Trade

Feb 24, 2023

Xeneta returns this week with a second ranking of carrier carbon emissions, this time focused on the Far East to U.S. West Coast Trade.'Why are we doing this? We want to shine a light on the importance of green shipping and spotlight the progress of carriers…

Future Fuels: Neste, Nordic Marine Oil team to debut "Co-processed marine fuel"

May 17, 2022

Neste and Nordic Marine Oil have partnered to pilot a new Neste Marine 0.1 Co-processed marine fuel in Scandinavia – a solution the pair claims will help the maritime sector reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions: designed to cut up to 80% GHG…

Hurtigruten Plans First Emissions Free Ship by 2030

Mar 31, 2022

Hurtigruten Norwegian Coastal Express partners with SINTEF to create zero emission ships for the Norwegian coast by 2030.Since 1893, Hurtigruten Norwegian Coastal Express has carried local passengers, goods, and tourists between 34 ports. The…

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