June, 2024
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Last year's drop takes the company's total reduction in carbon intensity to 37.8% since 2008.
MSC Cruises Carbon Intensity Cut by 6.5% in 2023
The firm has signed a deal with the Hamburg Port Authority for its cargo ships to use shore power at the Hamburg Container Terminal.
MSC Signs Shore Power Deal in Hamburg
After a spike in orders, IWSA Secretary General Gavin Allwright updates Ship & Bunker on the current prospects for wind-assisted propulsion technology in shipping.
INTERVIEW: Uptake of Wind Power Gathers Momentum, Approaches 'Critical Mass' as Maritime Decarbonisation Tech
The project has been set up to develop, build and operate five 6,000 DWT bulkers capable of running on hydrogen.
Hydrogen-Fuelled Bulker Project Wins NOK 300 Million ENOVA Funding
VPS has launched an online dashboard for its Maress Summer Campaign to find GHG emission savings among offshore vessels.
VPS Launches Online Dashboard for Maress Summer Campaign
The two companies plan jointly to invest in fuel efficiency retrofits on MPC vessels chartered by Unifeeder.
Unifeeder Signs Fuel Efficiency Collaboration Deal With MPC Container Ships
Heerema Marine Contractors' vessel the SSCV Sleipnir has set sail this month after being retrofitted with a prototype EverLoNG carbon capture system.
Crane Vessel Takes on Carbon Capture System
The Carnival Conquest will be the first cruise ship to use the new shore power facility at PortMiami.
Cruise Ship Set to Use Shore Power at Miami for First Time
Avoiding unnecesary vessel manoeuvres possible with AI, says Orca AI report.
Artificial Intelligence Saves on Fuel, Shipping Emissions
Shipping routes are continuously impacted by geopolitical conflict, growing climate change concerns, weather emergencies, market demands, large-scale disruptions, and more.
VIEWPOINT: Unforeseen Consequences: Preparing the Industry for Ongoing Disruption