More than 10 main seaports located in China’s three Emissions Control Areas (ECAs) along the country’s sprawling eastern coastline have implemented the 0.5% fuel sulphur cap, as part of a national effort to curb harmful emissions from ships at berth.
K Line Kinkai and K Line have agreed to work on a joint study to develop Japan’s first environmentally-friendly LNG-fueled ferry, in line with K Line Group’s long term environment management vision.
Dutch shipping firm Texels Elgen Stoomboot Onderneming (Teso) has put into operation its ferry Texelstroom to run on compressed natural gas (CNG) for the past week, making the switch to burning cleaner fuel on the ferry route connecting the...
With the entry into force of the EU MRV (Monitoring, Reporting and Verification) regulation on CO2 emissions looming, shipowners are busy preparing monitoring plans for pre-approval by class societies or other emissions verification bodies.
Four South Korean ports have pledged to introduce shoreside power supply systems for ships at berth in an effort to mitigate air pollution, reports said.