Van Oord, in consortium with TechnipFMC, has been awarded a contract by Anadarko Petroleum Corporation for the LNG project Area 1 Mozambique Golfinho/Atum. 

The Panama Canal has published a proposal to modify its current tolls structure for the major shipping sectors.

Oil and gas major Shell sees a growing commitment to LNG as marine fuel and bio and synthetic options would make it “a robust step” in meeting IMO CO2 targets.

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.

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.

Cosco Shipping, Sovcomflot, Novatek and Silk Road Fund have inked an agreement to set up and Arctic shipping joint venture to manage icebreaking LNG carriers.

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 oil.

WinGD has launched three new low-speed, two-stroke engines that are capable of operating on LNG.

Sweden’s Swedegas and FordonsGas have penned a new agreement to make bunkering available for liquefied biogas (LBG) at the port of Gothenburg.

As much as 16% of the global containership fleet by vessel count and 35.7% in terms of capacity have been equipped with scrubbers as at end-May, seven months ahead of the implementation of the IMO 2020 regulation, according to Alphaliner data.

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