Environmental

Australia’s BHP is introducing low emissions freight as it is calling a tender for the world’s first LNG-powered bulk carrier to transport up to 27m tonnes of iron ore.
As the British government sets out ambitious targets for cutting emissions from shipping all new vessels ordered from 2025 for operation in UK waters should be designed with zero emission…
Louis Dreyfus Armateurs (LDA) is venturing into wind-powered shipping as the group sees the benefits of operational savings and a need for decarbonisation.
Chinese lithium battery producer Huizhou EVE Energy is undertaking the joint development of a fleet electric-powered bulk carriers with Shanghai Hanshun Shipping.
Kishore Rajvanshy, Managing Director of Fleet Management Ltd was announced as the recipient of the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award during Friday night’s presentation ceremony for the 12th Seatrade Maritime Awards…
Bolloré Logistics has signed a pact with Maersk to reduce its CO2 emissions by 20% by 2025.
Norwegian ocean technology company MIROS is offering a new speed-through-water measuring system based on a virtual sensor, Wavex®, and data from standard marine X-band radars.
London-based Greek Shipping Cooperation Committee (GSCC) is pushing for urgent development of low carbon fuels to meet planned greenhouse gas emissions for shipping.
The first European dredger converted to dual-fuel LNG/MGO propulsion has departed Damen Shiprepair Dunkerque (DSDu) to return to work, 23 months after the contract signing.
Maersk is to use bio-fuels to offer carbon neutral shipping under a pilot scheme with retailer H&M Group the first customer.
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