August, 2022
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Authored by UCL Energy Institute PhD researcher, Colin Robertshaw, and Shipowner's P&I Club.
New Assessment of Zero and Low Emission Marine Fuels Released
"We have to think anew and find completely new solutions compared to what we know today as ordinary ships," vessel designer says.
Hydrogen-Powered Ferry Project "Will Likely Set Standard for an Entire Class of Passenger Ships"
Second biofuel bunker trial completed, a third planned.
More Biofuel Trials for "K" Line
PS expects Maas to be in operation using hydrogen bunkers by the end of the year.
Yard Gives Further Details on Conversion of FPS Maas to Burn Hydrogen Bunkers
"This is an important milestone in the regulatory progress for New Nuclear in Maritime," says Core Power's Mikal Boe.
UK to Pass Nuclear-Powered Commercial Ship Regulations
Order comprises four 210,000 DWT-class Capesize bulkers and two 309,000 DWT-class VLCCs.
MOL Orders 6 LNG-Powered Newbuilds
Could help reduce the global shipping industry's reliance on fossil fuels, researchers behind the project say.
Artificial Leaves Generate Potential Bunker Fuel from Water
As CO2 output from vessels falls over pre-Covid times.
Stena Line Winning on Emissions Reduction
Move is being billed as the world's first carbon-free bunkering network.
Plans for Ammonia Bunkering Network Move Forward
NABU has released its latest Cruise Ranking 2022 report, criticising the sector's reliance on fossil bunker fuel and a lack of environmental planning.
Cruise Sector Still Falling Short on Climate Action, Environmental Group Says