June, 2024
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Crowley's battery-powered tug the eWolf was christened at the Port of San Diego this week.
First All-Electric Harbour Tug in US Enters Service
The firm's EUA cost for 2024 is anticipated to total $15 million, or 0.7% of its total fuel and emissions bill for the year.
Carnival Expects to Spend $15 Million on EU-ETS Compliance This Year
The two firms will work to integrate Blue Water Optimum Speed Services with VPS's suite of data-driven decarbonisation services.
VPS Launches Partnership With Blue Water Trade WInds
Samir Fernandez, director of Cepsa Marine Fuel Solutions, sees the scale of biofuel demand from shipping leading to more supply.
Cepsa Sees Room for Optimism on Biofuel Availability for FuelEU Maritime Compliance
The two organisations have signed a two-year coalition partnership agreement.
GCMD to Work With OGCI on Maritime Decarbonisation
Engineering company MAN Cryo has been selected to provide the hydrogen fuel supply system for the 118.8 m yacht.
Dutch Firm Plans Superyacht With Hydrogen Fuel Cell
Plans are in place to develop a shipbuilding cluster in Nagatinsky Zaton by the end of the year, from which the ships will be ordered.
Moscow Plans 40 Electric River Vessels
Federal agency dishes out grants to range of emissions-reducing projects.
Germany: Green Marine Projects Secure State Backing
Vessel to be deployed in Klaipeda and built by local company.
Baltic Port Moves Ahead With Hydrogen-Electric Ship Order