May, 2023
Date Headline Image
The firm is using advanced modelling and simulation technologies to develop emergency response methods for ports and seafarers in the event of an ammonia leak or spill.
ABS Sets Sights on the Ammonia Bunkering Safety Problem
The Department for Transport is looking for candidates with a degree in economics and experience in reviewing data.
BUNKER JOBS: UK Government Seeks Maritime Decarbonisation Adviser
The new 'Equinox-class' 16,200 TEU ship is expected to be delivered on February 29.
Maersk's First 'Equinox-Class' Methanol Boxship to be Delivered in February
About 9% of the 130 C-suite decision-makers in shipping surveyed for the ICS Maritime Barometer Report 2022-23 said nuclear commercial vessels would be viable within the next decade.
Almost 10% of Shipping Execs Expect Nuclear Propulsion Within a Decade
In annual survey of ship operators' attitudes to confidence and risk.
ICS 'Weather' Report Sounds Alarm on Alt Fuels Lack of Regulatory Clarity
Forth Ports group aiming for carbon neutrality by 2042
UK Ports Operator Sets Out Net-zero Stall
GE Power Conversion and Nedstack extend partnership to fit fuel cells into merchant ships' power systems.
Power Firms Move Together on Marine Fuel Cell Proposal
With start of commercial production of units.
TECO 2030 Moves Ahead on Fuel Cell Stack Technology
The shipping firm sees the deal enabling it to power at least 5% of its deep-sea operation with green ammonia by 2030.
Höegh Autoliners Signs Green Ammonia Bunker Supply Deal
The port authority, the Province of Zuid Holland and more than 40 partners have launched a project to develop the use of hydrogen in inland and near-shore shipping.
Port of Rotterdam Plans Swappable Hydrogen Bunker Storage System