Ship Operations

Bio-fuels produced by GoodFuels, which are claimed to be largely carbon neutral, have been trialled on Norden product tanker.
As ballast water management regulations shift towards enforcement shipowners are finding that the majority of ballast water treatment systems (BWTS) installed do not function properly.
The world’s busiest port Singapore is to ban the use of open-loop scrubbers in its waters and ships will have to use compliant fuel once the IMO 2020 sulphur cap…
South Korea’s Posco Daewoo and Brunei National Petroleum Company (PetroleumBRUNEI) have signed a memorandum of understanding to develop the LNG value chain business including LNG bunkering.
Singapore’s ST Engineering has announced a suite of greener engineering solutions for the maritime industry to help them cope with stricter IMO regulations and embark on the overall direction towards…
Two Singapore-based turnkey service providers and engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) companies have penned a $50m agreement to develop small-scale LNG bunkering in Southeast Asia.
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) is continuing to boost innovations in shipping and port operations as its ongoing initiatives seek out new start-ups to develop new talent…
Car manufacturer Groupe Renault is partnering with Neoline for two pilot primarily wind-powered car carriers designed to deliver a 90% reduction in carbon emissions for a transatlantic route.
IEC Telecom is expanding into Denmark with a primary focus on the maritime market.
The use of methanol as a marine fuel has not yet widespread interest amongst the global shipping community seeking alternatives to high-sulphur fuel, as its use as a clean fuel…
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