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Shipping battery energy storage systems – high energy, high risks?


In the past few months, Gard has received several queries on the safe carriage of battery energy storage systems (BESS)

Capital Product Partners L.P. Announces Commencement of Rights Offering


Capital Product Partners L.P. announced that it has commenced its previously announced rights offering to raise proceeds of up to

Wärtsilä signs Electrification and Integration Services agreement for USA’s first zero-emission high speed ferries proje


Technology group Wärtsilä has signed a strategic partnership agreement to provide its Fleet Electrification and Systems Integrator Services for a

New standard contract for offshore wind projects ensures a fairer distribution of risk


The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) has today published the industry’s first standard contract for transport and installation (T&I) works

Chinese shipyards see demand for offshore wind installation vessels


Global demand surges for offshore wind installation vessels, with Chinese shipyards taking on nearly 90 percent of manufacturing, said a

LNG shipping stocks: Japanese gains


Last week, the UP World LNG Shipping Index (UPI) gained 1.82 points or 1.24%, closing at 148.07 points. This index

New Evidence Suggests Synthetic Eals Are Behind Increase In Stern Tube Seal Failures


Seawater-lubricated bearings pioneer Thordon Bearings has welcomed the publication of Gard’s latest research into the potential hidden costs of synthetic

Quadrise Plc: AGM Statement


Quadrise Plc, the supplier of innovative energy solutions for a cleaner planet, is pleased to provide the following update ahead

Shipping Companies’ Transition Pathways Remain Unclear: Technological Maturity of Alternative Fuel Poses Key Challenge f

The shipping sector’s decarbonisation presents a considerable challenge. Maritime transport is a key enabler of global trade and contributes

Global shipping on edge after Houthis seize Israeli vessels


On November 19, Yemeni Houthis seized a Japanese-operated cargo ship in the Red Sea, with armed men jumping onto its

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