Port of Baltimore awarded $1.8 million EPA grant

The Port of Baltimore’s diesel equipment upgrade program has been awarded a $1.8 million grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The upgrade program replaces older cargo-handling equipment and dray trucks

View of future fuel capable engine

Why MAN sees engine retrofits as key to shipping decarbonization

MAN Energy Solutions says that dual-fuel retrofits already proven on its MAN B&W low-speed engines could enable massive potential emission savings by enabling existing ships to burn carbon-neutral fuels. The company says

Harvey Power will use emissions optimization platform

Harvey Gulf adds marine emissions optimization capability to fleet

Harvey Gulf International Marine has entered into a commercial agreement to add the SailPlan marine emissions optimization platform to its fleet. The company has already seen quantifiable emissions reductions beginning with the

Ships wait as port congestion causes backup

Op-Ed: Using data for less congested, more sustainable ports

By David Yeo, Founder and CEO of Innovez One The phrase “think globally, act locally” couldn’t ring more true when it comes to tackling some of the most critical challenges faced by

Maersk CEO

Maersk pushes net-zero GHG target forward to 2040

“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

Nakilat LNG carrier

Nakilat works with ABS to develop decarbonization plan

Qatar-based Nakilat, owner of the world’s largest LNG carrier fleet, has partnered with ABS to map out decarbonization pathways for its 69 LNG carriers and four very large LPG gas carriers. The

Maintenance techs in control room

Wärtsilä signs long-term LNG carrier maintenance deal

Putting the long in “long term,” Singapore-based NYK Shipmanagement has signed a 13-year optimized maintenance agreement with Wärtsilä. The contract is designed to ensure maximum uptime and equipment reliability, with assured maintenance

David Cummins of Blue Sky Maritime on reducing emissions in shipping

Q&A—Part 2: Blue Sky Maritime on net zero emissions for shipping

Part 1 of our interview with David Cummins and Blue Sky Maritime Coalition appeared on our website earlier. ML: What tips do you have for a company to develop a supply chain-wide

zero emission shipping

Net-Zero: Deadlines, designs and demands

By C.F. St. Clair For sjipping, a critical announcement from COP26 was the U.S. move, along with 14 other countries, to sign a Declaration on Zero Emission Shipping by 2050. That is

Marine insurers get their own Poseidon Principles

Since they were launched in June 2019 as a framework for assessing and disclosing the climate alignment of financial institutions’ shipping portfolios, the Poseidon Principles are increasingly influencing what kind of maritime