Environment

  • IMarEST UAE: Skin in the Game at TMS Ship Finance...

    The Maritime Standard hosted its highly anticipated 6th edition of the ‘Ship Finance and Trade Conference’ at the prestigious Taj Exotica Palm Jumeirah, Dubai. The event saw a remarkable turnout of over 250 industry leaders who gathered to explore the latest trends and insights in ship finance, banking, shipping, ports, terminals and more.

  • ABB supplies world-first maritime megawatt...

    ABB has secured a contract with Auckland Transport (AT) to deliver the maritime world’s first megawatt charging system (MCS) to recharge electric ferries using the same interface as trucks and airplanes. Lowering the barrier to entry, the standardized and highly adaptable system is expected to improve electric vessel competitiveness against fossil-fueled counterparts.
     

  • Maersk Commits to Large, Green Methanol Offtake...

    Maersk signed what the company is calling a milestone deal for the offtake of green methanol fuel from China for its fleet. It is the latest in a series of steps the carrier has taken over the past few years to build a global supply chain for green fuel as it prepares to launch its first class of methanol dual-fueled containerships and is exploring the conversion of existing ships to the fuel.

     

  • IMarEST UAE champions sustainable shipping in...

    The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology (IMarEST) UAE branch played a pivotal role in the 8th annual The Maritime Standard Tanker Conference. With a primary focus on environmental protection and sustainability, the conference explored how tanker shipping could lead in achieving the IMO’s ambitious GHG reduction targets. The theme ‘Net zero tanker shipping setting the global decarbonization agenda’ aligns well with the upcoming COP 28 Climate Conference hosted by the UAE.

     

  • Wallem Group makes strides in decarbonisation

    Wallem Group is proud to have welcomed two dual fuel vessels, Angleviken and Askviken, into management in the last few months. The two LR2 tankers, delivered by Guangzhou Shipyard International, demonstrate Wallem’s commitment to building its expertise in managing and operating the vessels of the future and being a partner to our clients who drive decarbonisation in the maritime industry. Wallem is also preparing to take delivery of multiple new build DF PCTC vessels in the near future.

  • EXMAR Selects Ammonia-Dual Fuel Engines for First...

    EXMAR LPG, a joint venture between Belgium-based EXMAR and Seapeak, is moving forward with what could be the world’s first ocean-going ammonia dual-fueled ships. The decision to incorporate ammonia propulsion systems to medium-sized tankers on order in South Korea is being hailed as a milestone in the development of next-generation shipping to address the drive for decarbonization.

     

  • Cannon Artes secures massive project for...

    Cannon Artes announced that they have successfully secured the contract to construct a massive effluent treatment plant (ETP) for one of the world’s major manufacturers of polyolefins in the UAE.

     

  • APM Terminals eyes half-way point in renewable...

    The news that APM Terminals has reached 40% in its ambition to run all global terminals on renewable electricity earned the global operator recognition in industry press recently. The announcement, however, was a “modest calculation”, according to the company’s Head of Decarbonisation, Sahar Rashidbeigi.

     

  • A firm commitment to the UAE’s climate goals and...

    Al Masaood Group, one of Abu Dhabi’s leading business conglomerates, announced the launch of its inaugural Sustainability Report. This comprehensive document underscores the Group's unwavering commitment to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs) and the UAE's ambitious climate objectives.

     

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IMarEST UAE: Skin in the Game at TMS Ship Finance Conference

The Maritime Standard hosted its highly anticipated 6th edition of the ‘Ship Finance and Trade Conference’ at the prestigious Taj Exotica Palm Jumeirah, Dubai. The event saw a remarkable turnout of over 250 industry leaders who gathered to explore the latest trends and insights in ship finance, banking, shipping, ports, terminals and more.

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ABB supplies world-first maritime megawatt charging system for Auckland Transport’s new electric ferries

ABB has secured a contract with Auckland Transport (AT) to deliver the maritime world’s first megawatt charging system (MCS) to recharge electric ferries using the same interface as trucks and airplanes. Lowering the barrier to entry, the standardized and highly adaptable system is expected to improve electric vessel competitiveness against fossil-fueled counterparts.
 

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Maersk Commits to Large, Green Methanol Offtake Deal with China’s Goldwind

Maersk signed what the company is calling a milestone deal for the offtake of green methanol fuel from China for its fleet. It is the latest in a series of steps the carrier has taken over the past few years to build a global supply chain for green fuel as it prepares to launch its first class of methanol dual-fueled containerships and is exploring the conversion of existing ships to the fuel.

 
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IMarEST UAE champions sustainable shipping in Tanker conference

The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology (IMarEST) UAE branch played a pivotal role in the 8th annual The Maritime Standard Tanker Conference. With a primary focus on environmental protection and sustainability, the conference explored how tanker shipping could lead in achieving the IMO’s ambitious GHG reduction targets. The theme ‘Net zero tanker shipping setting the global decarbonization agenda’ aligns well with the upcoming COP 28 Climate Conference hosted by the UAE.

 
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Wallem Group makes strides in decarbonisation

Wallem Group is proud to have welcomed two dual fuel vessels, Angleviken and Askviken, into management in the last few months. The two LR2 tankers, delivered by Guangzhou Shipyard International, demonstrate Wallem’s commitment to building its expertise in managing and operating the vessels of the future and being a partner to our clients who drive decarbonisation in the maritime industry. Wallem is also preparing to take delivery of multiple new build DF PCTC vessels in the near future.

English

EXMAR Selects Ammonia-Dual Fuel Engines for First Ocean-Going Ammonia Ships

EXMAR LPG, a joint venture between Belgium-based EXMAR and Seapeak, is moving forward with what could be the world’s first ocean-going ammonia dual-fueled ships. The decision to incorporate ammonia propulsion systems to medium-sized tankers on order in South Korea is being hailed as a milestone in the development of next-generation shipping to address the drive for decarbonization.

 
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