September, 2023
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Karrie Trauth, SVP for maritime and shipping at Shell, addressed the future of the shipping industry's energy requirements in a panel session at the London International Shipping Week headline conference on Wednesday.
LISW23: 'Shipping Isn't Going to Get to Choose What Our Future Fuel Is'
Environmentalist Transport & Environment wants to see more Renewable Fuels of Non-Biological Origin in the maritime mix.
EU Renewables Directive: Good but Could be Better
Von der Leyen has been named as godmother of the new Maersk feeder vessel, and is scheduled to appear at the ship's naming ceremony in Copenhagen on Thursday.
Ursula von der Leyen Highlights Methanol-Fuelled Shipping in State of the EU Address
UK Transport Minister Mark Harper addressed the question of the impact of geopolitics on transport decarbonisation in a session at the London International Shipping Week headline conference on Wednesday.
LISW23: UK Transport Minister Sees Geopolitical Tensions Accelerating Decarbonisation
The vessels are under construction at the China Merchants Jinling shipyard, and will be deployed upon delivery in the Irish Sea.
Wärtsilä to Supply Propulsion Systems for Methanol-Fuelled Stena Line RoRo Vessels
Ahead of maritime sector's inclusion in European Union's emissions trading scheme.
Shipbroker Offers EU ETS Facilitation Service
Lim was speaking at the opening of the London International Shipping Week headline conference at the IMO headquarters in the UK capital on Wednesday.
LISW23: IMO's Kitack Lim Sees GHG Strategy Deal as Greatest Achievement
The firm has worked on several alternative fuel inquiries in the region so far this year.
Glander Sees Alternative Bunker Fuel Demand Emerging in Middle East
Nick Clague, head of sustainable fuels at testing firm VPS, sets out the company's experience with alternative fuels so far.
VPS Experience with Alternative Fuels
Vessels on show at DSEI in London this week.
Hydrofoil Patrol Boat Series Launched by Artemis Tech