May, 2024
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Authority's Smart Port Challenge to roll out series of roadshows to reach more markets.
MPA to Cast net Wide to Attract Marine Tech Start-up Interest
Ships sailing into Europe can significantly cut their apparant voyage distance for the EU-ETS by first calling at a UK port prior to entering EU waters.
Brexit 'Loophole' Saving Operators Up to 73% on EU-ETS Costs
Aiming to tap into global market for reducing greenhouse gas emissions from ships, companies say.
Korean Firms to Research Large-scale Marine Fuel Cell
But unlikey to replace main engine propulsion any time soon, according to new study by Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Centre for Zero Carbon Shipping.
Fuel Cell Tech: In Shipping's Decarbonisation Pathway
List not exhaustive and further work on safety aspects of new fuel and technologies continuing.
IMO's Safety Committee Produces List of Alternative Fuels and Technologies
92% of existing 'megamaxes' run on oil bunkers. 88% of 'megamaxes' on order are capable of operating on LNG or methanol.
All Future Mega-Boxship Orders Expected to Operate on Alternative Bunker Fuels
MOL is targettting 25 vessels equipped with its Wind Challenger by 2030.
7 More MOL Ships to Get Wind Propulsion Systems, Aims for 80 by 2035
"Upon completion of the project we can move quickly," says Brittany Ferries.
Brittany Ferries, Wärtsilä and Incat Partner on Zero-Emissions Vessel Project
The installation will take place in mid-2025.
Marflet Marine to Install Suction Sails on Oil and Chemical Tanker
Latest trial is the company's first involving very large crude oil tanker (VLCC).
NYK Reveals Another Long-Term Biofuel Trial