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  • Shipping faces investment obstacles in low-carbon...

    Shipping has been slower than other transportation sectors in identifying a decarbonization approach to help counter climate change.
    As airlines vow to switch to sustainable aviation fuel and vehicle makers bet on electrification, shipowners have yet to find low- or zero-emission marine fuels for the decades-long transition to a low-carbon future.

  • DNV: Momentum Builds for LNG-Fueled Vessels with...

    The shipping industry is continuing its adoption of LNG-fueled propulsion as the current leader within the alternative fuel sector for new builds. According to the latest update from DNV in its Alternative Fuel Insight report, nine additional LNG-fueled vessels were ordered in July pushing the total orderbook above 500 vessels by 2028, which is approaching nearly two times the fleet of in-service LNG-fueled vessels.

  • NYK participates in marine biofuel data...

    NYK and Astomos Energy Corporation have participated in a marine biofuel demonstration project launched by the Global Center for Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD), a non-profit organization aiming to promote decarbonization of the maritime industry.

     

  • MPA Singapore, Port of Rotterdam to create world’...

    The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) and the Port of Rotterdam Authority have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to establish the world’s longest Green and Digital Corridor to enable low and zero carbon shipping.

  • Partners to study feasibility of carbon capture...

    Bureau Veritas, Wah Kwong, and Shanghai Qiyao Environmental Technology, have signed a cooperation agreement to study the feasibility of installing carbon capture and storage (CCS) units on existing ships to meet 2030 CII targets.

     

  • Reygar And Cedar Marine Collaborate To Deliver...

    Maritime remote monitoring business, Reygar, and carbon reduction and sustainability specialist, Cedar Marine, have partnered to provide an integrated service for monitoring and reducing fuel, energy use and carbon emissions, across vessels and business operations of firms in the marine industry.

  • First Solid Form Hydrogen Propulsion Vessel...

    The construction contract has been awarded for a hydrogen demonstration vessel that will use a new solid form hydrogen for propulsion that researchers believe will pave the way for a safer and broader application of hydrogen to fuel vessels. Known as Neo Orbis, the demonstration vessel is expected to start trials in June 2023 as the next phase in the multi-year European H2Ships program.

  • BP and Iberdrola Partner for Hydrogen, Ammonia...

    Energy majors BP and Iberdrola announced plans to form a new joint venture designed to help in the acceleration of decarbonization of transport and industrial sectors. Together, the companies intend to collaborate to develop large-scale green hydrogen production that could be used in the maritime and other industries as well as efforts to significantly expand the fast EV public charging infrastructure to support the adoption of electric vehicles. 

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Shipping faces investment obstacles in low-carbon marine fuels

Shipping has been slower than other transportation sectors in identifying a decarbonization approach to help counter climate change.
As airlines vow to switch to sustainable aviation fuel and vehicle makers bet on electrification, shipowners have yet to find low- or zero-emission marine fuels for the decades-long transition to a low-carbon future.

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DNV: Momentum Builds for LNG-Fueled Vessels with More than 500 Orders

The shipping industry is continuing its adoption of LNG-fueled propulsion as the current leader within the alternative fuel sector for new builds. According to the latest update from DNV in its Alternative Fuel Insight report, nine additional LNG-fueled vessels were ordered in July pushing the total orderbook above 500 vessels by 2028, which is approaching nearly two times the fleet of in-service LNG-fueled vessels.

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