As a female CEO in a male-dominated industry, Christina Couvillion had her hands full when she founded Covington, La.-based Quality First Marine in 2005. Since then, she has taken the company to
Norway’s Hurtigruten Group is planning a major environmental upgrade of all seven of its Norwegian Coastal Express ships, aiming to cut CO2 emissions by least 25%, and NOx emissions by 80%. The
In this issue of Marine Log, we answer why cybercrime is heading to the sea, dive into propulsion and emissions, talk about dredging, and more.
It’s official. The United States wants to set an IMO target of achieving zero-emissions from shipping by 2050. The current goal is far less ambitious. The commitment was made by Special Presidential
In a ceremony held in Paris on March 25, Total and MSC Cruises confirmed an agreement covering the annual supply of approximately 45,000 tons of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) to MSC Cruises’
As we reported yesterday, the shipping community is calling for a $5 billion IMO shipping decarbonization R&D effort to be funded by a $2 per ton tax on marine fuels. Two pacific
As widely expected, IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC), which is holding its 75th session virtually November 16-20, has approved draft new mandatory regulations to cut the carbon intensity of existing ships.
Saint Sulpice, Switzerland, headquartered Daphne Technology has come up with an all-in-one exhaust gas cleaning solution called SulPure that, it says, removes SOx and NOx pollutants simultaneously from large ocean-going vessels’ engines
Volvo Penta says that its Inboard Performance System (IPS) is an example of a technology that takes a significant step forward in increasing efficiency and reducing emissions, while also continuing to improve
Adding to the pressures on ship operators to reduce GHG emissions from their fleets, a group of some of the world’s most significant charterers of vessels have signed a commitment to assess