Singapore – The Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD), the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) and Stena Bulk today initiated the first stage of a two-year, three-phase project to demonstrate shipboard carbon capture at scale. Together with Alfa Laval, the American Bureau of Shipping, Deltamarin and TNO, the consortium of leading players from
A.P. Moller – Maersk (Maersk) announced that it has ordered a further six large ocean-going vessels that can sail on green methanol. The six vessels will be built by Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) and have a nominal capacity of approx. 17,000 containers (Twenty Feet Equivalent – TEU). They will replace existing capacity in the
Hapag-Lloyd AG and SM SAAM S.A. signed a binding agreement today under which Hapag-Lloyd will acquire 100 % of the shares of SAAM Ports S.A. and SAAM Logistics S.A. and thereby the entire company’s terminal business and associated logistics services. The contracting parties agreed upon a price of around USD 1 billion, which also
Ottawa – Reducing carbon emissions is one of the most important ways Canada and Canadians can fight against climate change. In line with the Government of Canada’s 2030 and 2050 commitments to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, the Canadian Coast Guard (CCG) is pursuing tangible decarbonization efforts. Today, CCG announced important steps in reducing its emission
Prescott, ON – Ensuring that Canadian Coast Guard personnel have the equipment they need to keep Canada’s waterways navigable is a key priority for the Canadian Coast Guard. The Canadian Coast Guard recently purchased a light icebreaker that will supplement its operations in the Great Lakes, St. Lawrence, and Atlantic regions. Today, the Parliamentary Secretary
Canada will lend a hand in rebuilding Ukraine’s railway system, confirmed the Ukraine Ministry of Infrastructure in a report published by the Kviv Post. Six thousand kilometres of railway tracks have been wrecked (or Ukraine has lost control of them) since the start of the full-scale Russian invasion, along with fifty bridges and dozens
The Candela P-12 Shuttle dubbed the world’s fastest all-electric passenger ship will hit the water in 2023, flying passengers at a service speed of 30 mph without wake, noise, exhaust fumes or CO2 emissions. During the Interferry Conference on October 1-5, Candela will showcase its unique technology that can speed up Seattle’s ferry rides dramatically.The
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.