European Union ship recycling regulations are limiting shipowners’ recycling options, particularly for large vessels, according to GMS, the world’s largest cash buyer of end-of-life vessels.
Innovation and venture development firm Rainmaking has announced the completion of the first phase of a multi-year program nurturing startups working toward decarbonisation of shipping.
Nine Japanese companies have formed a Ship Carbon Recycling Working Group (SCR WG) aimed at exploring the feasibility of utilising methanation technology to achieve zero-emission marine fuels.
The first phase project of Maersk’s international logistics facility in Meishan, Ningbo has officially commenced operation.
China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC) and China’s Maritime Safety Administration have signed a strategic cooperation agreement for marine equipment and technology development.
Technology group Wärtsilä reports that it has been contracted to install integrated bridge systems (IBS) on five ice-breaking LNG carriers under construction for the Arctic LNG-2 project at the Salmanovsky gas field in the Gydan Peninsula.
In another step forward in getting crew exchanges moving again Dubai is allowing the resumption of crew changes at all ports and anchorage areas.
The number of attacks on ships in the key waterway of the Singapore Straits doubled in the first half of the year to 16 incidents according to ReCAAP Information Sharing Centre (ISC).
Dorothea Ioannou is stepping up to take on the role of deputy chief operating officer at Shipowners Claims Bureau (SCB), the New York-based management company of the American Club.