It’s often said that shipping is faced with making a change in propulsion systems as big as that from sail to steam. Could it just be that the next transition will be
By Svetlana Rjedkin, Bunker and Lubricant Broker/Trader at KPI OceanConnect Where does the industry need to be? The marine fuel supply chain is rapidly transforming on the back of increased regulation, as
Getting the new green fuels, such as e-methanol, that shipping needs to meet its climate ambitions will depend on the roll out of power-to-X facilities that can produce those fuels at scale,
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The official opening of the St. Lawrence Seaway’s 63rd navigation season was marked today when Canada Steamship Lines’Trillium Class self-unloading ship Baie St. Paul was the first vessel to transit the St.