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Wärtsilä and Solvang to collaborate on retrofitting carbon capture and storage system on Clipper Eos


Wärtsilä Exhaust Treatment and Solvang ASA, a Norwegian shipping company, have agreed on a full-scale pilot retrofit installation of a

Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Successfully Separates and Captures CO2 from Exhaust Gas in World’s First Marine-based CO2 Captu


Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., a part of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Group, has successfully separated and captured carbon dioxide (CO2)

Greece wants ‘realistic’ EU green policy for shipping


EU shipping power Greece has told the European Commission that adding the industry to the bloc’s carbon emissions trading scheme

RightShip: IMO mandate may be too slow to reduce global supply chain emissions

RightShip, the world’s biggest third party maritime due diligence organisation and safety experts, has argued that the IMO’s Energy

Shipping industry faces ESG heat from lenders


Banks are demanding much stricter environmental criteria when financing shipping companies as investor pressure grows on the sector to accelerate

LNG tanker rates more than double in two weeks as power crisis drives demand


Tanker rates to ship liquefied natural gas (LNG) have more than doubled since the start of the month as a

Aspen Institute Launches coZEV Initiative with Major Corporations to Support Zero-Carbon Shipping


Through a new collaborative, cargo owner-led network facilitated by the Aspen Institute, a group of climate-forward brands have announced a first-of-its-kind target to progressively switch all of their ocean freight to vessels powered by zero-carbon fuels by 2040. Amazon, Brooks

Yanmar Conducts World’s First 70 MPa High-Pressure Ship Refueling with Hydrogen


Yanmar Power Technology (YPT), a Group company of Yanmar Holdings Co., Ltd., has conducted the world’s first 70 MPa high-pressure hydrogen refueling of a ship using a demonstration test boat equipped with a hydrogen fuel cell system. The test boat

Techcross Contracts with Singapore’s PIL to Supply BWMS for 28 Ships


Techcross Singapore Office has entered into a contract with Singapore’s Pacific International Lines (PIL), the largest ship owner in Southeast

Singapore charges two people for corrupt marine fuel trading practices


Singapore authorities have charged two individuals in court for alleged corruption in relation to the trade and supply of marine

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