The White House has announced a series of measures being taken by the Biden administration to enhance cybersecurity in U.S. ports and, in particular, address the threat posed by Chinese-manufactured port cranes.
By Sean McLaughlin, Strategy Consultant, Houlder The shipping industry’s decarbonization will partly rely on transportation of CO2. Sean McLaughlin, Strategy Consultant at design and engineering consultancy, Houlder, emphasizes how, as the need
As the industry is set to undergo a “green” revolution to meet decarbonization targets, not everyone is convinced that these goals are tangible for everyone. To discuss this in more detail, a
By David Baur, Co-CEO and co-founder, AELER The maritime shipping industry is currently navigating turbulent waters due to escalating tensions in the Red Sea. This situation has led major shipping companies to
The EU’s EUNAVOR ASPIDES naval mission, formally announced only yesterday, is already up and running with French FREMM frigates patrolling in the Gulf of Aden and Southern Red Sea intercepting and destroying
As Houthi attacks on merchant ships in the Red Sea continued, the European Union today officially launched EUNAVFOR ASPIDES, saying that the objective of the defensive maritime security operation is to restore
In its latest report on a fishing vessel accident, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has determined that flooding into the lazarette, a compartment below the main deck, or port void (empty)
Solvang ASA has selected Singapore’s Seatrium to carry out the world’s first first full-scale, turnkey carbon capture and storage retrofit on an oceangoing ship: the 21,289 cubic meter ethylene carrier Clipper Eris.
As news of yet another Houthi attack on a merchant vessel emerged today, U.S. Central Command released details of a January 28 incident in which the U.S. Coast Guard Sentinel-class fast-response cutter
Athens-headquartered, NASDAQ-listed Star Bulk Carriers Corp. has had two of its ships targeted by Houthi attacks, even though one of them, the Star Iris was carrying a cargo of corn from Brazil