Environmental

Ammonia can be used as an alternative marine fuel to reduce harmful emissions from ships, according to a new research published by Netherlands-based ship design and engineering firm C-Job Naval…
As shipowners start to grapple with CO2 emission targets for 2030, and then 2050, the role of LNG as a fuel marine very much comes into question.
Container carrier APL announced that its fleet has achieved a 47.4% reduction in carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions per container transported per kilometre in 2018, compared to its base level in…
Russian firms Sovcomflot Group and Gazprom Neft Marine have joined hands to develop projects for LNG bunkering as part of their efforts to reduce emissions from ships.
Japanese shipowner K Line is installing as an Airseas kite on the front of one its bulk carriers with an aim of 20% reduction in CO2 emissions, and could install…
Wilhelmsen Ship Management (WSM) is looking to a strong future in the offshore wind market acquiring a 50% stake in NorSea Wind.
Sinopec, China’s largest oil refining company, officially announced the low-sulphur the global marine fuel oil plan and will have the production capacity of 10m and 15m tons by 2020 and 2023 respectively. 
Lloyd’s Register has awarded approval in principle (AiP) to a Hyundai Heavy Industries ‘eco tanker’ design for a VLCC capable of combining volatile organic compounds (VOC) recovered from the cargo…
As shipping seeks a low or zero emission future it will be looking at a multi-fuel future rather than the one size fits model of the past with heavy fuel…
This week’s Nor-Shipping has seen the public unveiling of a new Nordic teaming of six companies working together on a project for Zero Emission Energy Distributions at Sea (ZEEDS).
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