May, 2023
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The firm's experience with methanol has led it to conclude the risks associated with bunkering it are manageable.
Stena Sees Methanol Bunkering Risks Lower Than Conventional Fuels
The Green Marine project led by the Cyprus Marine & Maritime Institute is bringing together 10 partners from industry and academia in the EU and UK.
UK/EU Project Puts €5 Million Funding Behind Carbon Capture Development
As part of the programme Ionada will develop a pilot onboard carbon capture system for shipping using its membrane technology.
Norway Brings Carbon Capture Firm Into Green Shipping Programme
The country's shipping ministry has set out plans this week to establish green bunker fuel availability at its ports.
India to Set Up Hydrogen Bunkering at 12 Ports by 2035
Including development of infrastructure for transport of alternative fuels.
Rotterdam, Mannheim Sign MOU on Zero-Emission Transport Corridor
The firm had set itself a target of reducing the carbon intensity of its fleet by 50% from 2008's levels by 2030.
Odfjell Meets 2030 Carbon Target Seven Years Early
Ilyas Muhammad is set to join the firm as director of green fuels in Europe on June 1, a company representative tells Ship & Bunker.
Hapag-Lloyd Hires Director of Green Fuels From Maersk
Global marine fuels firm Glander International Bunkering sets out its view on the impact of the European Union adding shipping to its emissions trading system.
VIEWPOINT: EU Emissions Trading to Revolutionise Bunker Industry
The firm noted 10 orders of ships capable of running on LNG and nine methanol-fuelled ship orders last month.
DNV Reports 10 LNG-Fuelled Ship Orders in April
Under the deal Vitol will gain full access to ZeroNorth's platform and services, while ZeroNorth customers will be able to access Vitol Bunkers's carbon reduction and marine fuels services.
ZeroNorth Signs Strategic Partnership With Vitol