I regularly run into innovators and inventors who are interested in deploying their zero-carbon or energy optimisation/saving technologies in the shipping industry. These conversations usually end up being pitches
On 19 March, Höegh Autoliners accelerated its decarbonisation efforts successfully completing its first carbon-neutral voyage from Europe to South Africa.
During this voyage the New Horizon vessel Höegh Trigger ran on advanced
The shipping industry’s CO2 footprint is projected to grow despite efficiency gains, according to analysis company Marine Benchmark.
An ageing fleet of ships and historically low levels of newbuild activity present
Interview: Niels de Vries, Lead Naval Architect at C-Job Naval Architects, gets the conversation going on what future fuels will serve the industry best.
The biggest challenge on the horizon for
Heerema has just announced that they will become the first major marine contractor to go carbon neutral.
According to Heerema, they will achieve this sustainability goal by preventing, reducing, and offsetting
At last week's LQM webinar on the offshore bunker markets, the supply and demand of biofuels for offshore vessels was discussed in detail.
"Fast-growing offshore windfarms expect low carbon service operations
The number of reported total shipping losses of vessels over 100 gross tons (GT) declined in 2019 to 41 – the lowest total this century and a nearly 70% decline over