Container shipping and logistics giants Maersk and CMA CGM have decided to collaborate on several areas relating to decarbonization, particularly on developing the use of alternative greener fuels for container vessel propulsion.
Upping the ante in the car carrier size and greenness game, Oslo, Norway, headquartered Wallenius Wilhelmsen has signed a letter of intent with China Merchants Jinling (Jiangsu) for four 9,350 CEU (car
MSC Cruises is already looking beyond fossil LNG. In parallel with signing a long term agreement with Gasum for the supply of LNG to its new flagship MSC Euribia, it has signed
We’ve got seven years to keep shipping in line with 1.5oC warming goals. True zero-emission shipping is currently possible for smaller vessels that have the potential to prove that zero-emission shipping is
by Melissa Williams. vice president marine, Shell Marine The way I see it, shipping has a very simple business model, made complex by its size. When it comes to decarbonization, it’s this
“If we all want a sustainable future this is it. We need to act now and act here,” said Soren Skou, CEO of A.P. Moller – Maersk, as the company unveiled a
With funding from the U.K. Department for Transportation, BAE Systems is collaborating with two other companies to design, develop, and demonstrate new power and propulsion technologies for London that have the potential
While DNV GL’s most recent Maritime Forecast to 2050 sees a relatively limited uptake of hydrogen as a ship fuel, a report from Shell released yesterday sees things somewhat differently. The report,