July, 2021
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However, U.S. refiners are missing out on the boom.
Oil Climbs As Demand Depletes U.S. Gasoline Supplies And Impacts Jet Fuel
The firm is rumoured to be taking on the 13,100 TEU ships from Greece's Capital Ship Management and Chartworld.
Hapag-Lloyd to Take on Ten Scrubber-Fitted Boxships: Alphaliner
The two firms have signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Terminal Operator PSA to Work With Shipping Firm ONE on Decarbonisation
Industry groups BIMCO and the International Chamber of Shipping made the warning in their new Seafarer Workforce Report.
Shipping Groups Warn of 'Serious Shortage' of Seafarers by 2026
Global demand seems resilient to Covid infection rises.
Oil Down On Delta Concerns Despite Massive U.S. Crude Drawdowns
VPS Yxney CCO Sindre Bornstein discusses how digital solutions can help shipping companies bear down on their carbon footprint.
VPS Talks: Decarbonisation
The company will supply a MAN B&W 6G50ME-LGIM engine for the ship -- a 2,100 TEU feeder vessel due to enter service in mid-2023.
MAN Energy Solutions to Supply Maersk's First Methanol-Fuelled Ship Engine
The firm, together with Oshima Shipbuilding Co and Iknow Machinery Co have agreed jointly to work on research and development of the technology.
Shipping Firm MOL Joins Crane Sail Research Project
BP's target for its own operations is net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
BP Joins Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping
The company has signed a memorandum of understanding with German green technology company Hy2gen to collaborate on a study looking into issues around large-scale commercial adoption of ammonia as a bunker fuel.
Trafigura Launches Ammonia Bunkers Study