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    BV and ThorCon advance molten salt nuclear power barge project


    Nuclear power technology developer ThorCon has signed an agreement with Bureau Veritas for the Technology Qualification and the subsequent development of a 500 MW nuclear power barge for operations in Indonesia. The power barge will be powered by molten salt fission technology.

  • A UK strand to Chinese production, the 6,100dwt products tanker Sir John Fisher.

    Chinese-Built Tankers For UK Shortsea Fleet


    Built in China for the northern European distributive traffic, the first of two versatile tankers with dual-fuel main machinery is set to join the James Fisher Group’s UK fleet. The 6,100dwt Sir John Fisher has been designed to transport clean petroleum products and chemicals into small and restricted coastal ports, ...

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    LNG dual-fuel dredger delivered to Van Oord


    Keppel O&M subsidiary Keppel FELS has delivered the second of three dual-fuel trailing suction hopper dredgers to Van Oord.

  • Ardmore is transitioning six of its tankers to carbon capture ready

    Ardmore opts for Value Maritime clean tech


    Ardmore Shipping has opted for Value Maritime’s emissions-cutting technology on six of its vessels

  • TORM has awarded MAN ES the contract to deliver its PrimeServ Assist digital service to 31 vessels in its fleet.

    TORM opts for PrimeServ Assist for multiple vessels in fleet


    MAN Energy Solutions has announced that it has won a contract from Danish shipping company, TORM, to deliver its PrimeServ Assist digital service to 31 vessels in the TORM fleet.

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    New white paper focuses on integrated exhaust management solutions


    A new white paper from KBB and Eminox offers insights to help ship operators and owners navigate minimising emissions from internal combustion engines in a net zero future.

  • The port of Vancouver is testing biodiesel, hydrogen and renewable diesel as part of its plans to transition to low emission energy.

    Vancouver targets zero-emissions by 2050


    The port of Vancouver, Canada’s largest, is testing a variety of low and zero-emission fuels and technologies in order to create a zero-emission port by 2050.

  • Delegates at the first London Methanol Summit, which was held in late November.

    ABS hosts inaugural methanol summit


    ABS and The Methanol Institute hosted an inaugural London Methanol Summit, bringing together shipowners, shipyards, regulators, ports and methanol producers for an afternoon of panel discussions followed by an evening reception in late November.

  • Mark O’Neil, CEO of Columbia Shipmanagement will serve another term as manager of InterManager.

    Mark O’Neil re-appointed InterManager President


    Mark O’Neil, CEO of Columbia Shipmanagement has accepted the role of president of InterManager for another term.

  • Among the pathways for cross-border CO₂ transport infrastructure being pursued by Antwerp@C is one for transport by ship to North West Europe.

    Antwerp to be CO2 export hub


    The EU Commission has announced it will grant Air Liquide, Fluxys Belgium and Port of Antwerp-Bruges €144.6 million for the construction of shared CO₂ transport and export facilities on the Antwerp port platform.

  • Danish fuel cell manufacturer Blue World Technologies plans to begin series production of HT PEM fuel cells in December 2022.

    Fuel cell manufacturer enters maritime market


    The Danish fuel cell manufacturer Blue World Technologies is extending its activities into shipping.

  • (Back) Capt. Naoki Saito, General Manager of Maritime Education and Training Certification Department, ClassNK and Mr. Michael Phoon, Executive Director, SSA, and Mr. Yasushi Seto, Regional Manager, ClassNK Singapore Office, Mr. Teo Teng Seng, Board Advis

    SSA and ClassNK cooperate on cyber security


    Singapore Shipping Association (SSA) and ClassNK have signed an MoU on cyber security research.

  • Vincent Clerc will succeed Soren Skou as CEO of Maersk with effect from 1 January 2023.

    Soren Skou retires


    Soren Skou is retiring as CEO of A. P. Møller - Mærsk, handing the baton to Vincent Clerc, currently CEO of the company’s Ocean & Logistic business.

  • ABS has approved the design of Provaris’ 26,000m3 H2Neo compressed hydrogen carrier

    ABS grants design approval for compressed hydrogen carrier


    ABS has approved the design of Provaris’ 26,000m3 H2Neo compressed hydrogen carrier, the first of its kind to receive this level of approval.

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    Dawning Of Lightweight Hybrid Ro-Pax


    Pioneering Australian aluminium shipbuilder Incat has prepared a hybrid concept of large wave-piercing catamaran ferry for short-sea operation. The solution is focused on the maximisation of battery-electric power augmented by diesel gensets, and is proposed as a contender to conventional, mid-sized ro-pax vessels.

  • The first of the EcoBulk generation has entered the European short-sea trade.

    Hybrid Norwegian Coaster From Sri Lanka


    Sri Lanka’s Colombo Dockyard (CDL) has produced the first in a long series of hybrid-powered coasters for European clients. The 90m Misje Vita has introduced an innovative new generation of general-purpose singledeckers to the Norwegian-registered fleet. 

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    Asyad opens Singapore office


     new office in Singapore will help position Asyad Shipping as a player in the southeast Asian markets

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    Cruise ship biofuel bunkering


    Cruise sector takes another big step on the decarbonisation pathway with the 100% biofuel bunkering of AIDAprima

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    J-ENG reaches UE engine milestone


    J-ENG has reached the milestone of 40 million horsepower in cumulative UE engine production 

  • MAN ES’ latest dual-fuel four-stroke engine, the 49/60DF

    Electronic control gives 49/60DF its leading status


    MAN ES’ new engine owes it top-of-its-class efficiency and high power to new control systems