November, 2017
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Mon13Nov
ICS' Simon Bennett says the decision demonstrates confidence in the IMO to take appropriate action to deliver CO2 reduction measures for shipping.
ICS Encouraged by EU's Provisional Decision to Leave Shipping Out of ETS
Mon13Nov
Containerships Nord is slated to begin operation during the first half of 2018.
Containerships Launches First LNG-Powered Vessel
Mon13Nov
The vessel is expected to be be delivered in Q1 of 2020.
VT Halter Marine to Build LNG Bunker Barge to Be Chartered to Shell
Fri10Nov
"No one is pretending it's easy, or there is a one-size-fits-all solution but that's what makes it an exciting opportunity," says Diane Gilpin, Founder and CEO, Smart Green Shipping Alliance
Discussion on Decarbonising the Shipping Industry to Be Featured Alongside UN COP23 Climate Talks
Fri10Nov
The three vessels are sisters to the Wes Amelie, which has been hailed as the world's first box ship converted to use LNG propulsion.
Wessels Signs LOI with MAN for the Conversion of Three Ships to Dual-Fuel Propulsion
Fri10Nov
The agreement is intended to support the provision of a "one-stop-shop" for LNG bunkering customers.
Titan LNG and Skangas Ink MoU for LNG Bunkering Availability and Optimisation
Fri10Nov
The product portfolio includes 15 lube oils for engines operating on various fuels across all types of vessels.
New Marine Lube Production Launched Under Gazpromneft Ocean Brand
Fri10Nov
Meanwhile, Goldman Sachs sees prices falling after OPEC's meeting later this month.
Citibank Again Warns OPEC Supporters to Brace for Disappointment in Vienna
Thu09Nov
ABB says it will be the first fuel cell system to provide an energy source for a luxury cruise ship.
ABB Announces Fuel Cell System Pilot on Royal Caribbean Vessel
Thu09Nov
The port will provide shore power to river cruise and inland navigation vessels under a joint pilot project.
Port of Amsterdam Undertakes Sustainable Shore Power Initiative