Elliott Bay Design Group (EBDG) has been involved with numerous cutting-edge vessel designs. Many of these have had a green focus. The Seattle-based naval architecture, marine and electrical engineering company provides its
Over 150 maritime industry influencers gathered in New Orleans, La., last month to discuss alternative fuels and paths to decarbonization. Hosted by Maritime Partners, the event focused on the Hydrogen One project
On March 29—Day 1 of Marine Log’s TTB 2022 conference for the tug, towboat and barge industry—Mike Complita, principal and vice president of strategic expansion for Elliott Bay Design Group; and Gregg
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
Marine Log’s upcoming TTB 2022 event for the tug, towboat and barge sector will feature a March 29 panel discussion in front of a live-audience that will focus on current and upcoming
Who will operate the unique towboat, M/V Hydrogen One? Also, we talk to a Great Lakes shipyard, learn about fishing vessel design, and ask whether the bulker market demand can be sustained.
Registration is now open for Marine Log’s annual TTB — Tugs, Towboats & Barges — conference, the only event dedicated exclusively to the tug, towboat and barge segments of the U.S. maritime
The world’s first methanol-fueled towboat is set to to join the fleet of Metairie, La., based Maritime Partners LLC and become available for charter in 2023 to meet the pressing demand for