Those who have been following the development of sustainable shipping will recognize the UECC name. Those who have been following UECC will know why: with two duel-fuel LNG ships on the water and three battery-hybrid LNG vessels on the way, UECC...
The world’s second largest container shipping line Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) has joined the Hydrogen Council, which seeks to develop hydrogen fuel solutions, as a steering member.
Japan’s K Line has participated in the Japan Hydrogen Association to join in the effort on developing a hydrogen supply chain to help in shipping’s decarbonisation aim.
Shipping’s green investments are on the rise as owners are increasingly opting to use alternative fuels as opposed to conventional heavy fuel oil, according to data by Clarkson Research.
Car manufacturer Volkswagen Group has chosen marine biofuel supplier GoodFuels to supply biofuels to run its car carrier shipments for a fossil-free transport operation.
Finnish project development company Flexens is finishing a feasibility study on green hydrogen production and its use in ferries in the Aland archipelago.
CMA CGM’s flagship LNG-powered containership CMA CGM Jacques Saade started bunkering in the Port of Rotterdam on Thursday.
New interim guidelines adopted by the IMO for the use of methanol as a marine fuel will release pent-up demand from shipowners according to the Methanol Institute (MI).