With economies under stress from COVID-19, carbon emissions this year will be down for the first time since 2008. Tuomas Riski, Norsepower CEO, believes this gives shipping an opportunity to pivot on
Shipowners A.P. Moller – Maersk and DFDS have joined a Danish partnership that plans to develop an industrial-scale production facility in the Copenhagen area to produce sustainable fuels for maritime, road and
A containerized 600 kWh marine battery system will be installed in a trial on the containership Maersk Cape Town in December 2019 to improve vessel performance and reliability while reducing CO2 emissions.
A papermaking byproduct often burned in pulp mills as fuel could be shipping’s green new fuel. Called lignin, it’s an organic copolymer found in wood — and it’s what makes newsprint turn
Lucas Vos is to become President of Stolt Tankers, with effect from October 11, 2019. Vos, who was most recently CEO at Royal FloraHolland, succeeds Mark Martecchini, who will assume management of
Connecting heaving lines at sea is one of the most critical parts of day-to-day towage operations, however it presents significant risk to crews, particularly from a center lead forward position where tugs
A.P. Møller – Mærsk A/S is partnering with a group of Dutch multinationals, including Shell, in what will be the largest maritime biofuels pilot program yet. It will see one of Maersk’s
Maersk group towage subsidiary Svitzer held a ceremony on the River Thames today to officially christened Svitzer Meridian as the latest — and tenth — vessel in its Port of London fleet.
An idled New Jersey asphalt facility is being repurposed as part of Maersk’s IMO 2020 sulfur cap strategy. A.P. Moller – Maersk and PBF Logistics LP (PBFX) have reached an agreement for
DECEMBER 5, 2018 — The world’s largest containership operator, Maersk, yesterday announced a goal of reaching carbon neutrality by 2050 and said that to achieve this goal, carbon neutral vessels must be