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    RoRo equipment win for MacGregor


    The ramp cover for a new RoRo features MacGregor’s patented soft flaps to reduce noise and wear

  • Patrizia Kern, Head of Marine, Corporate Solutions, Swiss Re and Chair, Poseidon Principles for Insurance (PPMI)

    Poseidon Principles for Marine Insurers looks beyond promoting GHG transparency


    The introduction of Poseidon Principles into the marine insurance market will have wider reaching effects than simply promoting greenhouse gas emissions transparency, as Patrizia Kern, Chair, Poseidon Principles for Marine Insurance (PPMI) explained in London.

  • Hong Kong-based dry bulk owner and operator Pacific Basin Shipping plans to cooperate with Nihon Shipyard and Mitsui & Co. to develop zero-emission vessels and associated bunkering infrastructure.

    Bulker company signs MoU for zero-emission vessels


    Hong Kong-based Pacific Basin Shipping, one of the world’s leading dry bulk shipping companies, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Nihon Shipyard and Mitsui & Co. to develop zero-emission vessels and associated bunkering infrastructure.

  • US-based RIX Industries has the license to manufacture and deploy Element 1's proprietary M-Series hydrogen generator technology for use in fuel cell mobility applications, including marine vessels in North America and Europe.

    Methanol-to-hydrogen reformers simplify hydrogen delivery


    Proponents of onboard methanol-to-hydrogen reformation see a big future for a fuel mix that they say offers greater flexibility than pure hydrogen.

  • HYON is planning to develop a faster compressed hydrogen fuelling solution for large vessels, which will allow them to refill fuel tanks with 1000 kg of hydrogen in 30 minutes.

    HYON and Mitsui collaborate on CH2 bunkering


    Norway-based HYON has entered a collaboration agreement with Japan’s Mitsui & Co. that sets the stage for large-scale development of compressed hydrogen fuelling solutions, starting with a joint feasibility study in the second half of 2022.

  • The digital signing brought together representatives from MAN Energy Solutions and STX HI.

    MAN ES Inks EEXI Solution Agreement with STX


    MAN Energy Solutions has signed a cooperation agreement with STX Heavy Industries Co., Ltd to deliver its three energy efficiency existing ship index (EEXI) solutions to MAN B&W-branded low-speed engines manufactured by STX HI.

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    Ten new MPPs for RMS


    RMS Projects and CIMC to build ten new multipurpose heavy lift vessels

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    Rotterdam enumerates its hydrogen supply ambitions


    The port of Rotterdam and the cluster of around 70 companies operating there estimate they can supply Northwestern Europe with 4.6 million tonnes of hydrogen annually by 2030.

  • CMA CGM is participating in a e-methane demonstration project in Fos-sur-Mer, on France's Mediterranean coast. The project will use carbon dioxide recycled from ArcelorMittal's nearby steel mill to produce synthetic methane.

    CMA CGM joins e-methane production project


    The CMA CGM Group is joining the Jupiter 1000 industrial hydrogen and e-methane demonstrator project piloted by GRTgaz in Fos-sur-Mer, France.

  • The Felicity Ace was one of the vessels to be declared a total loss in 2021.

    Allianz: Shipping losses fall


    Allianz has released its Safety & Shipping Review 2022 indicating that 54 large ships were lost worldwide last year.

  • IMO set to collide with EU over vessel CO2 emissions

    Type approval awarded for onboard CO2 measurement system


    Korean Register (KR) has awarded Singapore-based Marine Technology Solution a type approval certificate for their direct and continuous CO2 emission measurement system called CARBON LENS.

  • Havila Capella has been all but sanctioned because of its financial link to Russia

    Sanctions render cruiser uninsurable


    One of Havila Kystruten’s cruise ships can’t be insured because of its financial link to Russia

  • The Port of Newcastle's Green Hydrogen Hub Project has secured more funding

    Funding for green hydrogen hub at Port of Newcastle


    The Port of Newcastle Green Hydrogen Hub Project is to receive AUS$41 million in funding. The green hydrogen project is a joint venture with Macquarie Capital and Macquarie’s Green Investment Group and is currently progressing an ARENA funded feasibility study.

  • The CPL parties are cooperating nationwide to conduct research into how hydrogen can be used to supply power to port technology and port logistics

    HHLA established hydrogen-fuelled port logistics test bed


    An innovation cluster is being created by Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) to test hydrogen powered port logistics equipment. The Clean Port & Logistics (CPL) innovation cluster aims to accelerate market maturity and integrate hydrogen port equipment into regular port operations.

  • The six 90m-long newbuilds will be strengthened to 1A ice class standard.

    Keel laid for new electric hybrid general cargo vessel


    The keel has been laid at Chowgule Shipyard in India for AtoB@C Shipping’s first electric hybrid general cargo vessel.

  • ESVAGT plans to order a battery-hybrid methanol-fuelled SOV based on HAV 833 SOV design.

    Hav Design to develop methanol-fuelled SOV


    ESVAGT has chosen HAV Design to develop a methanol-fuelled offshore wind service operation vessel (SOV) that will service renewable giant Ørsted’s UK East Regional program which includes the Hornsea Two Offshore Wind Farm in the UK’s coastal waters.

  • The Evridiki was inspected by the U.S. Coast Guard in Big Stone Anchorage, within Delaware Bay after a delivery of crude oil in 2019.

    Tanker owner sentenced for concealing deliberate pollution


    Liquimar Tankers Management Services Inc. and Evridiki Navigation Inc. have received a US$3 million criminal fine and a five-year period of probation after concealing deliberate pollution.

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    New MAN FGSS minimises methane slip


    MAN Cryo, part of MAN Energy Solutions, has signed a contract with Yantai CIMC Raffles Shipyard for the delivery of fuel-gas supply systems (FGSSs) configured so that boil-off gas can be sent to the MAN’s ME-GI engine via a high-pressure, boil off gas compressor. 

  • The anti-piracy barrier system developed by Palaemon Maritime creates an effective barrier at a substantial discount to razor wire alternatives.

    Maritime start-up designs alternative to razor wire


    A new maritime start-up, Palaemon Maritime, has launched a new anti-piracy vessel protection service that replaces razor wire.

  • The potential expansion of ammonia-fuelled shipping is expected to create additional demand for self-powered ammonia leakage monitor systems.

    Self-powered ammonia leakage monitoring system developed


    A research group led by Professor Feng Liang from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, in collaboration with a group led by Professor Xu Minyi from Dalian Maritime University, has developed a wireless, self-powered ammonia leakage monitor system for ammonia-fuelled ships.