A.P. Moller – Maersk (Maersk) reports that it has ordered a further six large ocean-going vessels capable of operation on green methanol. With a nominal capacity of 17,000 TEU each, they will
Oslo-headquartered MPC Container Ships ASA has joined the growing list of shipowners opting to order alternate-fueled newbuildings. It has placed an order with Chinese shipbuilder Taizhou Sanfu Ship Engineering for two carbon-neutral
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
Hoofddorp, Netherlands, based ship design specialist OSD-IMT has developed a design for a 51-meter battery-hybrid “mini SOV,” the OSD-IMT 9604, that bridges the gap between large offshore wind crew transfer vessels (CTVs)
APRIL 27, 2016 — Vancouver, Canada, headquartered Methanex — the world’s largest producer and supplier of methanol —reports that this month marks one year since its subsidiuary, Waterfront Shipping (WFS), began welcoming
JUNE 21, 2016 — A 50,000 dwt methanol fueled Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) tanker is using ClassNK Consulting Service’s condition-based monitoring (CBM) system ClassNK CMAXS e-GICSX, marking the system’s first commercial application.
APRIL 26, 2015 — Classification society ClassNK has released the fourth version of its Guidelines for Gas Fueled Ships. The marine industry is looking to the use of cleaner fuels such as
APRIL 21, 2016 — Classification society DNV GL has welcomed the world’s first methanol fueled oceangoing vessel to its fleet. Named Lindanger in ceremonies at shipbuilder Hyundai Mipo’s Ulsan, South Korea, shipyard