Paul Bartlett

Paul Bartlett

Correspondent

Paul Bartlett is a maritime consultant and editor of Seatrade's annual Green Guide and twice-yearly Middle East Workboat and Offshore marine publications, as well as being a former editor of Seatrade Maritime Review. Paul's vast experience of the maritime industry spans three decades and all the continents, and has included spells working in specialised ship finance companies.

Green ship finance climbs up the agenda

September 13, 2019

Any shipping banker not considering green issues and climate concerns when weighing up a customer and a potential transaction is now under-performing. This was the clear message from Sir Roger Gifford, chairman of the Green Finance Initiative and a Senior Banker at Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken, speaking in London. Read More

Major lines taking up MacGregor’s Cargo Boost service

June 27, 2019

Cargo and load-handling specialist MacGregor, a Cargotec company, has clinched its latest contract for Cargo Boost upgrades on six 16,000 teu Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) container ships. The vessels will be modified during 2020 drydockings and the contract has been booked into MacGregor’s second quarter 2019 order intake. Read More

ABB launches mid-power Azipod range

June 5, 2019

A new family of Azipods spanning a seven-megawatt range between 7.5MW and 14.5MW, launched at Nor-Shipping by ABB Marine and Ports, is targeting the operators of ferries, ropax, medium-sized cruise ships, large offshore construction vessels and shuttle tankers.

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SEALNG and SGMF study affirms LNG marine fuel GHG reductions

April 12, 2019

Well-to-wake (WtW) reductions in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by using LNG as a marine fuel can be reduced by up to 21% compared with current oil-based bunkers, according to an authoritative independent study commissioned jointly by SEA\LNG, an industry foundation promoting liquefied natural gas as a fuel for ships, and the Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel (SGMF).

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