Back in September, naval architecture firm Glosten and ABB announced that they have joined forces to develop a methanol-hybrid ship assist tug design that provides operators with a viable path to carbon-neutral
Turkey’s Sanmar Shipyards has booked another e-tug order. It has signed an order that will see it build a zero-emission ElectRA 2200SX design tugboat for Norway’s Buksér og Berging. The order comes
Kotug, based in Rotterdam, and Vancouver, B.C.-based Shift Clean Energy are to provide a zero-emissions barging solution that will bring cocoa beans from the Port of Amsterdam to agribusiness giant Cargill’s cocoa
Master Boat Builders has begun construction of Crowley’s eWolf, the first all-electric ship assist tug in the U.S., at its shipyard in Coden, Ala. “Initiating construction of the first-ever fully electric U.S.
Turkish tugboat designer Navtek Naval Technologies says that its first Zeetug (zero-emission electric tugboat), Gisas Power, has proven its design and operational performance with consistent results over the past 18 months. Navtek
In this edition of Listen Up!, join Marine Log’s editor in chief, Heather Ervin, as ABB Marine & Ports’ David Lee and Crowley’s Coulston “Cole” Van Gundy, director-commercial operations, discuss the 82-foot
The recently announced eWolf tug–the first fully electric harbor tugboat in the U.S., built for sustainable and safe operations at the Port of San Diego in California—will feature an integrated electric propulsion