Meyer Group's concept cruise ship of the future

Meyer Group unveils a concept cruise ship of the future

The Meyer Group used this week’s Seatrade Cruise Global event in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., to showcase not only some of its recent achievements but to give a glimpse of a concept cruise

Amogy's CEO, Seonghoon Woo

A Q&A with Amogy CEO on ammonia power for shipping

Seonghoon Woo is the CEO of Amogy, a company using “ammonia cracking” modules to convert ammonia into hydrogen plus nitrogen to decarbonize the heavy-duty and shipping transportation industry. Amogy recently became an

Tank barge will test bed Amogy solution

Southern Devall tank barge will test bed Amogy ammonia-to-power system

Brooklyn, N.Y. based high tech start-up Amogy Inc. reports that its innovative ammonia-to-power system for maritime applications is to have its first commercial application in a U.S. inland waterways tank barge. The

Carl Henrickson

Op-Ed: How technology can help you sail through EEXI and CII and beyond

by Carl Henrickson, General Manager Shipping & Maritime Technology, Innovation & Digitalization, Shell International Trading and Shipping Company The year 2021 saw shipping’s total emissions rise by 4.9% year-on-year—not only rebounding to

e1 Marine LLC yech is used in Hydrogen One

Op-Ed: Methanol can provide ports with cost-effective and scalable green power

Regulatory, financial, and consumer pressure is mounting for supply chains to reduce their emissions. Robert Schluter, managing director of e1 Marine, says “it’s time to put hydrogen to work,” and he’s got

Fuel cell concept

ABB and Ballard mark hydrogen fuel cell milestone

A partnership between ABB and fuel cell specialist Ballard Power Systems, Burnaby, B.C., has marked a maritime milestone. Their concept for a high-power hydrogen fuel cell capable of generating 3 megawatts (4,000

Svitzer global COO Ingrid Uppelschoten Snelderwaard and Robert Allan Ltd. president, Mike Fitzpatrick

Robert Allan to design methanol fuel cell tug for Maersk and Svitzer

Maersk group towing operator Svitzer has reached an agreement that will see Vancouver, B.C., based naval architecture firm Robert Allan Ltd., to design the world’s first harbor tug to be powered by

VIDEO: TU Delft ready to race with “flying” hydrogen boat

A team of students at TU Delft in the Netherlands are getting set to compete at the upcoming eighth Monaco Energy Boat Challenge with what they call the “first flying hydrogen boat.”

Crowley has the first fully electric U.S. tugboat with autonomous technology

Getting to zero is getting real

GM is to phase out gasoline and diesel powered cars by 2035—and California could ban gas-fueled leaf blowers and lawnmowers by 2024. Developments like that are a reminder that moves to make

Dutch inland waterways vessel set for conversion to hydrogen propulsion

Over the next five years, Rotterdam-headquartered Future Proof Shipping B.V. (FPS) has plans to build and operate a fleet of 10 zero-emission inland and short-sea vessels that it will offer for charter.