Halifax— EverWind Fuels Company, a private developer of green hydrogen and ammonia production in Nova Scotia, and Svitzer, a leading global towage operator and part of A.P. Moller-Maersk, have announced a Memorandum of Understanding to deploy one of the world’s first green fuel powered commercial tug vessels in the Canso Strait in Nova Scotia.
The Halifax Port Authority and Hamburg Port Authority are working to decarbonise the shipping corridor between Halifax, on Canada’s east coast, and Hamburg, along Germany’s northwest coast. A Memorandum of Understanding between the Halifax Port Authority and the Hamburg Port Authority is now in effect, signed in Hamburg on September 29, 2022, by
Representatives of the maritime sector have officially launched an initiative to catalyze the supply of green fuels to support the global energy transition. The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) and International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH), along with the CEO-led Clean Energy Maritime Taskforce, unveiled the ‘Clean Energy Marine Hubs Initiative’ at the
Speaking today before the Conseil de relations internationales de Montréal (CORIM), James Davies, President and CEO of Chantier Davie, underlined the urgency of defending Canadian sovereignty in the Arctic in the current volatile global context. “Time is of the essence,” he said. “This is a volatile period and people are rightly worried. Davie’s role
The delivery and Naming Ceremony of the vessel ‘T300K-100’ of Dalian Shipbuilding Industry Co., Ltd (DSIC) was held on September 24,2022. The 307,000 dwt vessel named New Aden is one of the most advanced VLCCs ever built in China, says China Classification Society (CCS). Built for China Merchant Energy Shipping Co, the New Aden
A detailed study by the Canadian Natural Gas Vehicle Alliance (CNGVA), VARD Marine, and Clear Seas with support from Transport Canada’s Innovation Centre, investigated the feasibility, benefits, and risks of the use of natural gas to replace some or all of the current diesel and heavy fuel oil used in the Canadian Arctic. Key
With over $500 million invested in recent years from the private sector, government, and the Port itself, Port Saint John is starting to feel the benefits of the infrastructure and supply chain upgrades at the DP World operated container terminal. The port and its partners have reached an important milestone of 100,000 TEUs so
Belfast-based Artemis Technologies, a maritime design and applied technologies company has unveiled the design of its all-electric hydrofoiling ferry, the EF-24, targeting the global high-speed ferry market. The revolutionary ferry is among several zero-emission vessels being developed by Artemis Technologies in Belfast, Northern Ireland, designed to provide commercially viable green transport solutions for operators,