VIDEO: Automaker eyes wind powered ships to cut supply chain carbon

NOVEMBER 29, 2018 — French automaker Groupe Renault has signed a three year agreement with Neoline, a start up that says it aims to become the first modern shipowner to fully embrace

Industry leaders sign call for action on shipping decarbonization

OCTOBER 4, 2018 — The chief executives of Euronav, Cargill Ocean Transportation and Gaslog are among a group of 34 CEOs and industry leaders brought together by the Global Maritime Forum that

Boskalis using biofuels to achieve CO2 reductions

SEPTEMBER 25, 2018 — Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. (Boskalis) will use a biofuel blend on on an offshore windfarm project resulting in a more sustainable realization of this renewable energy project. The

Port state control crackdown will focus on sulfur and NOx emissions

AUGUST 2, 2018 — Port state control authorities are to launch a Concentrated Inspection Campaign on MARPOL Annex VI, which sets limits on sulfur and nitrogen oxide emissions from ship exhausts and

ICS publication endorses IMO’s CO2 phase-out strategy

JULY 2, 2018 — The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has launched a new publication endorsing IMO’s strategy for phasing-out CO2 emissions from the international shipping sector. Reducing CO2 Emissions to Zero

USCG gets set to enforce 2020 fuel sulfur cap

JUNE 19, 2018 — “We don’t believe there will be a shortage of 0.5 percent compliant fuel,” Rear Admiral John Nadeau, USCG, assistant commandant for prevention policy, said in a panel discussion

Shipowners seek IMO action on sulfur cap challenges

JUNE 18, 2018 — As the January 1, 2020 implementation date for the global 0.5 percent cap on sulfur in marine fuel gets nearer, the challenges it presents are becoming increasingly apparent. Shipowners

New fuel savings solution is backed by a contractual guarantee

JUNE 13, 2018 — Fuelsave GmbH, a German energy efficiency start-up, has launched a technology that it says is capable of optimizing the fuel consumption efficiency of all marine diesel engines —

ICS warns of sulfur cap “chaos and confusion”

MAY 21, 2018 — Unless the International Maritime Organization (IMO) urgently resolves some serious issues on implementation of the 0.5 percent cap on sulfur in marine fuel cap, set to come into

Paris MoU will take new sulfur limits seriously “from day one”

MAY 14, 2018 — Port state control authorities will take enforcement of new fuel sulfur limits seriously “from day one,” says Richard Schiferli, Secretary General of the Paris Memorandum of Understanding on