September, 2023
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The firm has renewed its ISCC EU sustainability certification for biofuel supply in Singapore and Geneva.
TotalEnergies Renews ISCC Certification for Biofuel Bunker Supply
The port inaugurated a 50/60 Hz connection for cruise ships and ferries and a 50 Hz one for ferries over the weekend.
Two New Shore Power Facilities at Port of Kiel
The company has signed a letter of intent with the Marubeni Corporation to order two 81,200 DWT dual-fuelled Kamsarmax dry bulk carriers capable of running on methanol.
Greece's Diana Shipping Orders Two Methanol-Fuelled Bulkers
The company will carry out tests on the fuel's performance in the ship, in particular on NOx emissions, before rolling its use out to the rest of its fleet if supply is sufficient.
Expedition Yacht Tries Out 100% Biofuel Bunkers
UNCTAD's annual maritime trade review points to key role for ports in shipping sector's decarbonisation.
Large Sums Needed to Decarbonise Ports and Bunkering: UN Trade Body
The company has signed a memorandum of understanding with classification society ABS to study the feasibility of converting an Ultramax bulker to methanol propulsion.
AL Group Mulls Converting Ultramax Bulker to Methanol Propulsion
As lack of suitable port infrastructure a drag on progress.
Danish E-ferry Extends Reach but Faces Obstacles
In efficiency drive for selected ships.
Norwegian Shipowner Opts for Air Lubrication Technology
The company bunkered the Silversea Cruises vessel Silver Nova with LNG at Gibraltar on September 24.
Shell Completes Gibraltar's First Cruise Ship LNG Bunkering
The total count at present is over 30 installations, according to Gavin Allwright of the International Windship Association.
Wind Power Installations to Reach 50 Ships by Early 2024